US court verdict on insurance finds in favour of saving remainder of healthcare reform act
This article was originally published in SRA
A US appeals court has held that a requirement of the 2010 healthcare reform law that would force Americans to buy private health insurance is unconstitutional but has said that its decision does not invalidate the other provisions of law, some of which benefit the biopharmaceutical industry1.
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