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The fate of healthcare reform….what’s next? (Part 3)

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The fate of healthcare reform….what’s next? (Part 2)

2)  It is possible that the Supreme Court could rule that the individual mandate is unconstitutional and therefore, the law would not be able to stand on its’ own without it. Why? Unless everyone in the U.S. buys health insurance and pays their applicable premiums, the system will not be able to pay for the […]

The fate of healthcare reform….what’s next? (Part 1)

In the past few weeks, the Supreme Court decided the ultimate fate of the new healthcare reform law passed by Obama in 2010. In a few more weeks, Americans will have a better idea of the ramifications of their decision. There are four likely outcomes of this landmark decision and each will decide the fate […]