What's Next For Health Care, At Home And On The Hill

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David Savage, Supreme Court correspondent, Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune
Richard Pildes, Constitutional law professor, New York University
Mara Liasson, national political correspondent, NPR
Julie Rovner, health policy correspondent, NPR

The U.S. Supreme Court upheld the vast majority of President Obama's healthcare law on Thursday, declaring the controversial individual mandate constitutional. The ruling may have significant implications for consumers and political ramifications for lawmakers, the Obama administration and the presidential election.

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