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A top small business trade association the National Federation of Independent Business had its day in court.
The Supreme Court.
It wants it to declare President Obama Health Care Reform law unconstitutional.
And argued that congress exceeded its authority when it mandated that individuals purchase health insurance or pay the government a fine.
If they can require you to buy health insurance why can't they require you to buy a car earning -- condition or anything else.
Questions from justices came down largely along ideological lines.
But one major issue for the court -- -- -- it strikes down the individual mandate it should throw out the entire plan.
That's because the mandate would pull -- millions more customers for insurance companies mainly younger healthier workers to help pay for better benefits.
Without the new revenues premiums could -- But supporters say the court should keep at least some provisions in place.
There are subsidies.
-- small businesses.
Seniors are getting breaks in terms of their prescription drug costs they're getting preventive care services for free.
Who are middle class are getting tax credits subsidies to help -- this has nothing to do with the individual responsibility provision so.
I think it's almost implausible that the court would invalidate -- The court is expected to release its opinion by June.
That's it for this edition of the small business report I'm Peter Barnes Fox Business Network.