Supreme Court considers whether to let parts of health care law stand

WASHINGTON — After the Supreme Court oral arguments in the health care case Tuesday morning, the Obama administration better start preparing for the possibility of a future without the individual mandate. From the very

The biggest issue, to which the justices returned repeatedly, was whether the government can force people to buy insurance.

(AP) — The Supreme Court signaled Wednesday that it could throw out other key parts of President Barack Obama's health care law if it first finds the individual insurance requirement unconstitutional. On the third and last day of arguments,

ANTONIN SCALIA, JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT: You are not regulating health care, you are regulating insurance. It's the insurance market that you are addressing and you are saying that some people who are not in it must be in it.

WASHINGTON — After the Supreme Court oral arguments in the health care case Tuesday morning, the Obama administration better start preparing for the possibility of a future without the individual mandate. From the very