History And Future Of The Affordable Care Act
This episode originally aired on June 22, 2021.
A solid majority of the U.S. Supreme Court last week upheld the Affordable Care Act for the third time since it was enacted in 2010.
President Joe Biden tweeted after the decision “With millions of people relying on the Affordable Care Act for coverage, it remains, as ever, a BFD. And it’s here to stay.”
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we consider what the ruling means, how the sweeping health care program has changed over time, and what might be ahead.
- Jess Bravin, Supreme Court correspondent, The Wall Street Journal
- Cynthia Cox, vice president for the Kaiser Family Foundation and Director for the Program on the ACA
- Wendy Patton, senior project director of the State Fiscal Project for Policy Matters Ohio
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