Health care reform stirs protests at Supreme Court

In March 2012, the Supreme Court heard six hours of oral arguments over three days on the constitutionality of the individual mandate in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which would require nearly every person in the United States to purchase health insurance, whether through an employer, state exchanges, Medicare, Medicaid or private exchanges. The mandate, the most polarizing provision of the law, brought Americans from both sides of the issue to Washington — to converge on the Supreme Court steps to protest or advocate for PPACA.



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