What to expect as the health care reform ruling from the Supreme Court approaches

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The days ahead of the anticipated decision announcement bring a great deal of speculation. The United States Supreme Court is expected to announce its ruling on the health care reform later this week, which will mean that the law will either be upheld, partially overturned, or entirely overturned. The overhaul by President Barack Obama is designed to extend medical coverage to 30 million more Americans. It was also implemented with the intention of entirely reworking an industry that comprises nearly one fifth (18 percent) of the U.S. economy. The decision,…

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Lack of health insurance is killing thousands of people every year

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Thousands of working aged adult Americans prematurely and unnecessarily die annually due to lack of coverage. As the country and the world awaits the decision regarding the constitutionality of the individual mandate for health insurance and the remainder of the health care reform from the United States Supreme Court a study has shown that people are continuing to die needlessly due to a lack of medical coverage. Shocking study findings were released ahead of the landmark ruling regarding President Obama’s overhaul. What this Families USA research indicated is that in…

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United States Supreme Court to decide the fate of the healthcare overhaul

The future of the Obama Administration’s health care reform is now in the hands of the United States Supreme Court, which is deciding whether or not the entire law will be able to stand with its central mandate for insurance. The three days of arguments were completed on last Wednesday, after which the nine justices heard additional arguments regarding whether or not the remainder of the healthcare overhaul would be able to survive without its heart, which is the required health insurance. That element of the law requires all Americans…

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The constitutionality of the healthcare reforms is now before the Supreme Court

As of Monday, March 26, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court has started to hear the verbal arguments in the highly controversial and politically charged case of whether or not the healthcare reforms made by the Obama Administration starting in 2010 are constitutional. Twenty six states have sent attorneys to represent them – primarily those with governors who are Republican – as well as the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) as they face off against the lawyers from the Justice Department. They believe that the health care reform’s requirement for…

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