2700+ pages read in two days and a good summary put together? Uh huh.
LOL. The crazy woman that said they need to pass it to see what is in it, spoon feed what she doesn't even know? Man you are funny.Did you want Ms. Pelosi to spoon feed it to you like a little baby?
WASHINGTON (The Blaze/AP) — Contrary to what some may believe, President Barack Obama’s health care law would not automatically collapse if the Supreme Court strikes down the unpopular requirement that most Americans carry medical insurance or face a penalty.
The overhaul could still lurch ahead without that core requirement, experts say. But it would be more like a clunky collection of parts than a coherent whole.
That would make an already complicated law a lot harder to carry out, risking repercussions for a U.S. health care system widely seen as wasteful, unaffordable and unable to deliver consistently high quality.
Premiums could jump for people buying coverage individually, and for small businesses. That’s because other provisions of the law require insurance companies to accept people with health problems, and limit the premiums that can be charged to older adults.
Sooner or later, the dilemma of the nation’s 50 million uninsured would land back on the doorstep of Congress.
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