Health insurance mandate draws skeptical questions
Several Supreme Court justices challenged the underlying logic of the Affordable Care Act's mandate requiring individuals to purchase health insurance. Could the government require people to purchase cell phones or burial insurance, they asked? U.S. Solicitor General Donald Verrilli Jr. argued that the government is justified in requiring insurance because people can't predict when they'll need health care. | Washington Post
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