Supreme Court: Can Health Act Survive Without Individual Mandate?

After three days and more than six hours of arguments before the Supreme Court, Solicitor General Donald B. Verrilli gave justices a closing statement of sorts, saying that the Affordable Care Act "unshackled" those who previously could not afford health care and helped to "secure the blessings of liberty" for millions of Americans. Paul D. Clement, the attorney for 26 states challenging the law, then dismissed Verrilli's argument, saying it was a "funny concept of liberty that forces"...Full Story
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