Health Care Case: What’s At Stake For You?

March 30, 2012 by staff 

Health Care Case: What’s At Stake For You?, Ordinary Americans have a lot at stake this week as the Supreme Court holds hearings on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

It is not clear what the outcome will be, and it is not clear where Americans stand on it. While two-thirds of Americans oppose the individual insurance mandate that is at the heart of the Obama Administration’s healthcare reform law, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation survey, the polls also reveal more nuanced attitudes.

Americans are evenly divided on the overall law, with 47 percent supporting it, according to Pew Research. And a New York Times/CBS News poll finds that many of the law’s key provisions are backed by large majorities: the law’s popular features include the requirement that insurance companies cover people with pre-existing conditions (85 percent), letting children stay on parents’ policies until age 26 (68 percent) and cutting the cost of prescription drugs for seniors (77 percent).

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