Supreme Court Drama Turns to Arguments Over Mandate

Two years after signing the healthcare reform act into law, the Obama administration will appear before the Supreme Court on Tuesday to explain why the landmark law was a constitutional exercise of federal power.

President Barack Obama's solicitor general, Donald Verrilli Jr., is due in court Tuesday morning to lay out the constitutional case for the requirement that nearly all Americans acquire health insurance—by far the most controversial aspect of the sprawling Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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Source: ModernHealthcare