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March 21, 2011


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I believe the Constitutional issues relating to the Affordable Care Act are currently unresolved and will remain so until an opinion is handed down by the Supreme Court. My concern is with statements such as: The health reform law is unconstitutional. Equally flawed would be a statement that the health reform law is constitutional. Both statements transform an opinion into facts. The debate over health reform seems to me to be dominated by expressions such as these making it difficult to address the urgent problem of the rapid rise in the cost of health coverage and delivery.

On what "facts" do you base your opinion that the law is not unconstitutional? That's what I would like to know, because I have read a lot of arguments that are pretty convincing that the Constitution has been violated. I would like to hear how you would back up your opinion with specific examples of the "facts!"

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The Affordable Care Act (the new health care law) has already helped millions of people. Meet a few of them in this video from Community Catalyst.

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