Will Healthcare Reform Survive Without the Individual Mandate?

Striking the requirement for all to buy health insurance won't necessarily undermine healthcare law.

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"The individual mandate's in trouble legally, politically, administratively," he says, adding that he believes implementation of the mandate wouldn't happen regardless of what the Supreme Court rules. "If the court doesn't kill it off, other things will, and then we've got a bigger mess on our hands."

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