Other Parts of Health Care Law May Be Scrapped
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court may be ready to throw out more than just the insurance mandate in President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
During arguments today, justices appeared to accept the administration's argument that at least two insurance reforms are linked so closely to the insurance requirement that they couldn't survive without it.
But justices, including Chief Justice John Roberts, also spoke about saving parts of the law that aren't tied to the mandate.
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