The Washington Insider
Today, in a landmark decision, the Supreme Court ruled that President Obama’s signature piece of legislation, the Affordable Care Act is constitutional and will remain the law of the land. The Supreme Court challenge to the legislation centered on the “individual mandate” which requires all citizens purchase health insurance or face a substantial fine. The mandate was added to the legislation as a funding mechanism so that the legislation would end up, at worst, a revenue-neutral law. With the law ruled constitutional, the popular provisions with the general public like allowing children to stay on their parents’ health insurance until age 26 and not allowing insurance companies to deny coverage for preexisting conditions will remain law.
Generally, pundits and Supreme Court scholars were surprised by the decision. Based on the oral arguments presented by the government and the laws opponents at the end of March, conventional wisdom pointed to the law being overturned. While certainly controversial at this moment, it remains to be seen what effect this decision will have on November’s Presidential Election.
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Where do we go from here?
Later this summer the Supreme Court will provide their view of the Affordable Care Act’s constitutionality. Even if they strike down all or part of it, what’s next? Changes have to be made somewhere if we are to fend of the coming health care crisis. Will Congress finally put aside party views and come to an acceptable agreement? Too many questions, not enough answers.
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When will there be an open and honest discussion in this country about the future of healthcare? The new Congress is dedicated to repealing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act but will not discuss what they would replace it with. It seems that 2011 will bring no change to our government as promised. Each side wants to win and does not seem to care about the people they were elected to represent.
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Have we been talking about the right policies? Why aren’t we talking about incentives for medical students to go into primary care or the fact that there is no state-to-state consistency for medical malpractice premiums? What does it mean – “policies that make sense?”
How do we get ahead of this war for talent that is coming? So – are we going to have a discussion or will we just be saying buzz words that people want to hear.
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