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The Supreme Court's decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act
(ACA) in its entirety is a victory for improving health care for
While the American College of Physicians (ACP) did not take a
position on the constitutional issues before the court, we believe
that the individual insurance mandate, combined with the ACA's
subsidies to buy qualified coverage through state marketplaces
(exchanges), Medicaid expansion to more low-income persons, and
consumer protections against insurance practices that deny or limit
coverage, are the most effective ways to expand coverage to nearly
all Americans. We are pleased that the Supreme Court's ruling
resolves the legal questions so that these and other reforms can go
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