Health care law's individual mandate of purchasing health insurance is unconstitutional, a Virginia federal judge has ruled. This is the first case where a mandate in the health care bill was found unconstitutional.
After a long road of debate and amendments the Democratic Party born health care reform, HR 3590, has been approved in the House as well as the Senate. The passage gives a green light for change for health care in the United States.
Rep. Michael McMahon of Staten Island and Brooklyn criticized the bill, which puts health care more in the hands of the government, for being too expensive, increasing taxes too much, and cutting Medicare too much.