Reality Check: If the Affordable Care Act is “a tax,” does that make the law invalid?

Kaye Beach

June 30, 2012

Good analysis and good question  by Ben Swann of FOX 19 news Cincinnati

It may be one of the most important rulings the U.S. Supreme Court has made in the last 100 years.

Is the Affordable Care Act constitutional?  Is it constitutional to have an individual mandate that requires Americans purchase insurance?

In a 5 to 4 vote the court ruled, yes.

Why did Chief Justice John Roberts rule the way he did?  What does the ruling mean?  And could this ruling actually mean that the Healthcare law is now invalid? link

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3 responses to “Reality Check: If the Affordable Care Act is “a tax,” does that make the law invalid?

  1. David Brooke

    That’s great! Now if everyone just brings that up again and again to all people in Congress and the President and even refuse to pay it, we might show the sob’s a thing or two.

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  3. WAD CLEVELAND

    MY DADDY WANTS TO REPLACE IT WITH A REPLUBICAN PLAN THAT IS JUST AS GOOD BUT NOT FROM OBAMA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO DADDY GO!!!!!!!!!!!! I AM LOVES YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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