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Your SCOTUS Health Care Questions Answered
If the Supreme Court rules that the health insurance mandate is unconstitutional, does that invalidate the rest of the law? If it’s upheld, what will it mean to those who cannot afford insurance? Suffolk University Law ProfessorRenee Landers joins us as we open the phone lines to answer YOUR questions.

Guests:
  Renee Landers, professor of law and faculty director, Health and Biomedical Law Concentration, Suffolk University Law School
  Brendan Abel, Suffolk law student, managing editor of the Suffolk Journal of Health & Biomedical Law, co-authored New England Journal of Medicine article with Landers summarizing the constitutional issues having to do with health reform

Links:
  READ Landers’ and Abel’s recent New England Journal of Medicine article (NEJM, 3/15/12)
  READ/LISTEN/WATCH WGBH’s full coverage of the SCOTUS health care debate

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