By Yaël Ossowski | Florida Watchdog
TAMPA— The kindling that has been fueling partisan debates and sparking protests during the past three years has finally met its fate in the Supreme Court.
All measures adopted by the Congress were upheld by the court, including the provision requiring insurance coverage and the expansion of Medicaid.
The Patient Protection Affordable Care Act, President Barack Obama‘s landmark legislation signed in March of 2010, was ruled constitutional by the nation’s highest court Thursday morning, one of the most highly anticipated events that will likely dominate political factions in the election season.
Young adults under the age of 26 also will be allowed to stay on their parent’s health care plans.
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