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June 23rd, 2012
09:40 AM ET

Should health care cover pre-existing conditions?

Health care reform may be President Obama's signature achievement - but its future is in jeopardy. At any moment the Supreme Court will rule not on whether it is right or fair, but whether it is Constitutional. The battle centers on the individual mandate, which requires most Americans to buy health insurance if they don't already have it. The law is unpopular with voters as well. According to a recent CNN/ORC poll, 51% of Americans oppose the law, but 28% of those who oppose the law say the law is not liberal enough.

Will Cain and Dean Baker, the co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research debate the possible outcomes of the Supreme Court's decision. Christine Romans moderates.

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