Recently, the Supreme Courts heard six hours of oral arguments over three days on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which would require every person in the United States to purchase health insurance.
The mandate brought Americans from both sides of the issue to Washington.
A decision is not expected from the Supreme Court until the summer, but broker Reid Rasmussen of Benefit Brainstorm in McKinney, Texas, believes “regardless of what specific decisions come out of this, I don’t believe we’ll see a full repeal. So many pieces of the law have already been implemented, which I don’t foresee being taken away.”
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