The Supreme Court Begins Hearing Arguments About the Affordable Health Care Act

03/26/12 Robert Lorei
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Good afternoon, welcome to The Last Call. I'm Rob Lorei. Coming up we'll open with a discussion about health care. Today the US Supreme Court began hearing three days of arguments about "Obamacare" The Affordable Health Care Act. We're joined now by Karen Higgins who is co-president of the 170,000 member National Nurses United. The group said today in a press release: “Whether the Court overturns part or all of the law, or the Affordable Care Act remains fully intact, we will not have universal coverage, medical bills will still push too many Americans into bankruptcy or prompt them to self-ration care, and insurance companies will continue to have a choke hold on our health."

Later we'll have open phones.

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Why could the healthcare mandate get thrown out of court this week?

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Why could the healthcare mandate get thrown out of court this week?

Pay-for-Appointment Unnecessary

Why could the healthcare mandate get thrown out of court this week?