Three million people under the age of 26 were allowed to get heath insurance on their parents plan by the Affordable Care Act - aka Obamacare. Repeal means three million lose their insurance.
The fate of strong federal programs could be hanging on how delicately Democratic leaders handle the aftermath of a Supreme Court ruling too many are seeing as a finish line.
Deeming the bill to be a tax, rather than a penalty, invalidates it due to the way it was processed by Congress.
Much of the millenial generation believes Medicare is a free health care program. However, it is estimated that a retired couple will pay $300,000 in out-of-pocket health expenses.
Florida governor Rick Scott rejected federal Medicaid funds that will give citizens who live near the poverty line subsidies to buy insurance. He won't be the last.
Obamacare was declared a tax by the Supreme Court and Republicans are pouncing. Does that increase their chances of repealing the law? Hardly.
Roberts knew his decision would enable Republicans to dismantle Obamacare after the elections, if the Republicans win.
The media has it wrong: there is no "debate," just political demagoguery regarding the American people's supposed rejection of President Obama's health care bill.