Health-care law and severability: Make your case
This week, the Supreme Court began its review of the 2010 health-care law mandating that most Americans purchase health insurance. On Tuesday, conservative justices appeared deeply skeptical, questioning the constitutionality of the individual mandate. Today, the court will hear arguments on whether the individual mandate provision can be ruled on separately from the entire law. As the justices weigh the severability issue, we take the case to you. Tell us what you think by voting below, then explaining your view in the comments. View full coverage »
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If the individual mandate is struck down,
should the entire law go with it?
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