A Congressional Budget Office(CBO) report concludes that 30 million non-elderly Americans will remain without health insurance in 2022.
The Affordable Health Act (AHA), also known as Obama Care, was to solve the problem of the uninsured in America. Despite 1200 pages of the legislation, which most legislators admit they never read, it is riddled with problems and loopholes. The mandate portion of the act was challenged by 26 states under the commerce clause. The United States Supreme Court in a 5-4 decision, ruled that the mandate didn't pass the muster under the commerce clause. Chief Justice John Roberts declared that the fine amounted to a tax that the
government had the power to impose, and that the mandate could survive
on that basis. The decision, however, placed a big restriction on a major portion of the law, which gives states flexibility not to expand their Medicaid programs, without paying the financial penalties the law calls for. Full Story @allvoices.com