US appeal courts upheld the decisions made by the lower courts upholding the new insurance law. The court agreed to dismiss a Christian legal group’s lawsuit claiming the requirement that all Americans get health insurance is unconstitutional.
That means the Supreme Court is sure to decide the fate of Obama’s signature law. The high court is expected to decide soon, perhaps within days, whether to accept appeals from some of those earlier rulings. Justice Laurence Silberman in the majority opinion, citing past federal mandates that inspired legal fights said “It certainly is an encroachment on individual liberty, but it is no more so than a command that restaurants or hotels are obliged to serve all customers regardless of race … or that a farmer cannot grow enough wheat to support his own family,
Earlier the Obama’s insurance laws says that Health care expenditures are highly concentrated with the most expensive 5% of the population accounting for half of aggregate health care spending, whereas the bottom 50% of spenders account for only 3%, which means that insurers’ gains to be had from avoiding the sick greatly outweigh any possible gains from managing their care.
So, the insurance expenditure of the poor will be beards by the rich people.
Report by Abhishek Kumar