Courts at Odds over Healthcare Law's Individual Mandate

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President Obama's healthcare reform requires that healthy Americans buy insurance even if they don't want to. Two federal judges, appointed by Bill Clinton, have ruled that the so-called "mandate" is constitutional. This week a third, appointed by George W. Bush, ruled that it's not.

Credits

Guests:
Dahlia Lithwick - Legal Affairs correspondent for Slate - @dahlialithwick, Ezra Klein - Vox - @ezraklein, David Sirota - International Business Times - @davidsirota, Jonathan H. Adler - Case Western Reserve University - @jadler1969

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Sonya Geis, Andrea Brody