U.S. Supreme Court Divided Over Obama Healthcare

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U.S. Supreme Court Divided Over Obama Healthcare

It has been revealed that these days, the U. S. Supreme Court has been divided into two parts. One of the parts is in the favor of President Barack Obama's sweeping health-care reform laws and other group is against the reform.

A committee has been set up which comprises of five Republican members and four Democrats and the only agenda they have to discuss is Obama’s healthcare plan. It has been three days and till now, it cannot be decided whether or not Obama’s healthcare plan will come into force.

Experts are of the view that it is very important for Obama that Supreme Court’s decision should be in his favor as the court’s decision is expected in June, which leaves Obama with hardly five months for the elections.

In that situation, it is very important that Obama wins the Supreme Court ruling, as only then he stands a chance of winning his re-elections. It is been three years now that Obama’s health care plan has been debated like no other topic in the country..

Experts said that Obama’s health care plan holds importance for entire nation, as US is the only country in the word, which is without a national health-care system. The Justice Department said that the decision to include Obama’s healthcare plan needs an extensive discussion. A lot many things have to be decided like penalties for not buying health plan and plans for health insurances.

However, there are people, who are quiet supportive of health care plan. "One thing I'm confident of is, by the end of this decade, we're going to be very glad the Republicans termed this Obamacare, because when the reality of health care is in place, it's going to be nothing like the kind of fear-mongering that was done”, said David Plouffe, who is a senior White House adviser.


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