Health Care Reform
The Constitutionality of the Insurance MandateBuy Full Issue$34.95
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), signed into law on March 23, 2010, is the signature legislative accomplishment of President Barack Obama’s first term. A broad attempt to reform America’s health care system, the law’s key provisions include the extension of health insurance for young adults under their parents’ policies, small business tax credits, mandatory coverage of pre-existing conditions, the removal of lifetime caps on the amount of coverage, expanded coverage for name-brand drugs under Medicare, and extension of the Medicaid program to cover more of the poor.
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In This Issue
The Constitutionality of the Insurance MandateRead More
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Decision of the Eleventh Circuit U.S. Court of AppealsRead More
Overview of Constitutional IssuesRead More
The Justices Weigh in on Health Care ReformRead More
The Court Rules That Jails Can Strip-Search Individuals Arrested for Minor OffensesRead More
The Court Sends the Jerusalem Passport Case Back to District CourtRead More
Pro & Con
Is the Insurance Mandate of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Constitutional?