Rising healthcare costs may be impervious to courts, regulators
We learned in July that yet another court has ruled in favor of the individual mandate component of the Patient Protection and Accountable Care Act, but we also know that we are far from finished as this issue works its way through the courts. Score one for those who understand that the whole system created by the law will collapse if people are not required to obtain health insurance.
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