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I thought the Affordable Care Act did not have a severability clause in it, this meant that if any part was struck down the whole ball of wax went out the window. At least that's what I'm counting on, for the personal mandate to fail, thus taking down the whole attempt to take over 16% of the economy.
America is anxiously awaiting the verdict on the Affordable Care Act (ACA, Obamacare) by the Supreme Court. This decision is still several months away, but during the hearings, the justices seemed to convey some disbelief that anyone could realistically look through this 2700 page law and make any sense out of it.
Most Americans are hopeful that the Supreme Court will overturn this law. In the event that it stands, or if just the mandate for individuals to purchase insurance is struck down, all of the other parts of the law will remain. So in spite of apparent optimism...
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