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Requiring Individuals to Obtain Health Insurance (HI): A Constitutional Analysis
Jennifer Staman (au)
As part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Congress enacted a ńˇýminimum coverage provision,ńˇŁ which compels certain individuals to have a minimum level of HI (i.e., an ńˇýindividual mandate (IM)ńˇŁ). There has been significant controversy and debate over whether the requirement is within the scope of Congressńˇ╗s legislative powers. Several lawsuits were filed that challenge the IM on constitutional grounds. Contents of this report: Background; Constitutional Authority to Require an Individual to Have HI; Religious Exemptions to the Requirement to Have HI; Legal Challenges to the Minimum Coverage Provision; Additional Issues Before the Supreme Court. A print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find report.
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