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The Obama administration has asked the Supreme Court to declare Health Care Reform.
I key provision in the law is the individual mandate the requirement that everyone get health insurance or pay a penalty.
In August a federal appeals court in Atlanta declared that requirement unconstitutional.
Some small business advocates cheered the ruling.
There is much more bad than good for small business than this law and as a -- earlier reports show they are very disturbed by the fact.
That the individual mandate in it requiring all of us to buy health insurance or pay -- -- starting in 2014.
Really opens the doors to unlimited congressional power over all of our lives and purchasing decisions going forward.
But other courts have sided with the administration.
On the legality of Health Care Reform so it.
It appealed to the Supreme Court to settle the matter.
The Justice Department says time is of the essence because all of the major players in health care.
Are gearing up for the changes and needs certainty as soon as possible to move forward with their plans and implementation.
Not only have.
Lower courts upheld its constitutionality.
But the fact.
The individual mandates being both constitutional and wise policy is.
An opinion shared across the ideological spectrum.
The administration hopes -- Supreme Court will issue its decision by next June.
That's it for this edition of the small business report I'm Peter Barnes Fox Business Network.
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