Is President Obama’s Affordable Care Act Constitutional or Not?

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    UPDATE: Is President Obama‘s Affordable Care Act/Health Care Reform law constitutional or not? That is the question that U.S. Supreme Court Justices will have to debate over the next three months.  They must pondered over the remainder of the law if the individual mandate is struck down. A decision will be announced in June.

    Since it’s proposal, Obama’s healthcare reform has been shrouded in controversy and and skepticism.  The controversy lies in the amount of flexibility and choice Americans will have under the all encompassing healthcare bill. Government leaders question whether the individual healthcare requirement is constitutional.

    Today marks the third and final day that the law will be debated before the Supreme court.  After final arguments are made Supreme Court Justices will consider challenges from the states over medicaid changes in the healthcare law.  Obamacare supporters hoped they might be able to gain support from Justice Anthony Kennedy; often considered the ‘swing vote justice’. However, Justice Kennedy posed serious doubts and questions challenging the argument for blanketing Obamacare.

    This Supreme Court decision will play a huge roll in whether Americans see Obamacare in 2014, or whether it’s time to head back to the drawing board for revisions and omissions. Stay tuned as we follow the Supreme Court’s conclusion to this vital case.

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