This Shouldn’t Even Be a Close Question

What the U.S. Supreme Court case all boils down to is who has the greater claim on the Constitution’s protections—Linda  or Maurice. (READ MORE)

What’s All the Fuss About the Individual Mandate? Is there a Pervasive Fear of Mandated Broccoli?

This week, the US Supreme Court is holding three days of oral argument this week (March 26-28) on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act – also known as “Obamacare.”

Tuesday is set aside for argument on the Minimum Coverage Provision – also known as the “Individual Mandate”, a term that never appears in the law itself.

SAVING AMERICAN LIVES Real Health Care Stories 2012 NORTHEAST OHIO

SAVING AMERICAN LIVES Real Health Care Stories 2012  NORTHEAST OHIO

There has been a constant din of political “noise” around the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, since its passage on March 23, 2010.  The partisan squabbling has done two things. First, the media and many of us have lost sight of the reason we needed health care reform. Second, the stories of those who are benefiting or will benefit from the Affordable Care Act are being drowned out.

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