Is the federal health care law constitutional?
The U.S. Supreme Court announced it will hear the "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act" case in March. Which elements of the controversial health care reform law are more--or less-- likely to be the focus of the court's review? Should all, or parts, of the law be tossed out?
- Julie Rovner: Health policy correspondent, National Public Radio. Contributing editor, National Journal Daily. Author, "Health Care Politics and Policy A-Z."
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