Where do you fall in the debate over the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare?
Opinions and disputes over the law have continuously been in the news, a trend that will most likely continue for some time.
Jonathan Adler, a law professor at Case Western Reserve University, predicts that the act will be the subject of lawsuits for many years to come.
If you have not read the latest reports, we have rounded up some of the latest headlines, opinions, and updates to help you stay informed:
- According to the Washington Times, the Supreme Court has rejected Liberty University’s appeal, which challenged the law’s employer coverage requirements, individual mandate and contraception coverage requirements.
- The Motley Fool lists 10 facts you should know about Obamacare’s first 2 months in existence.
- Radioshow host Mark Levin describes Obamacare as the “Vessel through which the left has conducted a coup in this country.”
- The New York Times reports about the upcoming challenges to the health care law.
- Fox News reports that as the Obama Administration is trying to turn the public relations tide of Obamacare, the GOP plans to use the oppurtunity to gain leverage in upcoming mid-term elections.
- According to the Washington Post, thus far, since the rollout, Obamacare has been plagued by bugs.
What do you think about Obamacare? Do you think it’s Constitutional or do you think that it is an affront to liberty? Do agree with the law or disagree? If you disagree, which part do you disagree with? Is Obamacare the best way to reform healthcare?
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