Can Obama's health care law survive without the individual mandate?

Protesters in favor of health care reform demonstrate outside of the Supreme Court in Washington, DC, March 26, 2012, as a hearing on President Obama's health care legislation began. (Credit: AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) (CBS News) In the 2008 Democratic

Washington (CNN) – About a dozen people lined the sidewalk in front of the Supreme Court Sunday, along with their lounge chairs, blankets and umbrellas, hoping to obtain tickets to watch the justices hear arguments

Last week I participated in a roundtable that on these issues, along with other GW faculty from public health and law—Sara Rosenbaum, Peter Smith, and Katherine Hayes—as well as former U.S. Senate Finance Committee

Local reaction to both sides of the heath care issue beofre the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court dives into health care debate, WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court opened three days of historic oral arguments on the fate of President Obama's health care law by skeptically questioning whether an 1867