If the Court does declare the act unconstitutional, it would have ruled that Congress lacks the power to adopt what it thought the most effective, efficient, fair, and politically workable remedy—not because that national remedy would violate anyone’s rights, or limit anyone’s liberty in ways a state government could not, or be otherwise unfair, but for the sole reason that in the Court’s opinion our constitution is a strict and arbitrary document that denies our national legislature the power to enact the only politically possible national program.
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One in six Americans lacks any health insurance, and the uninsured of working age have a 40 percent higher risk of death than those who are privately insured.
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The plaintiffs have asked the Court to declare the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. But the legal issues, most analysts think, are not really controversial: the Constitution’s text, the Supreme Court’s own precedents, and basic constitutional principle seem obviously to require upholding the act.IF YOU HAVE DOUBTS AFTER THE PRESIDENT’S SPEECH , READ WHAT A CONSTITUTIONAL LAWYER HAS TO SAY…Michael Connelly of Carrollton, Texas is a retired Constitutional lawyer and has read the entire health care bill and has some comments, not about the bill, but about the effects on our Constitution.and allows for-profit companies to compete for minimum coverage insurance plans, though there are also mutual insurers so use of a commercial for-profit insurer is not compulsory.The government regulates the insurers and operates a risk equalization mechanism to subsidize insurers that insure relatively more expensive customers.I was frankly concerned that parts of the proposed law that were being discussed might be unconstitutional.