On March 3, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling on the constitutionality of Obamacare.
It will have wide-reaching implications on health care access.
Here’s what you need to know.
(Sarah Parnass/The Washington Post)The court ruled in Citizens United v.
Federal Election Commission that corporations and unions can spend unlimited amounts to influence elections and political campaigns.
That is the legal rationale behind Citizens United, which was originally created to allow for unlimited political spending by corporations and other groups.
Citizens United was decided by a 5-4 majority, but the court was divided on whether to allow corporations and the unions to spend unlimited money on elections.
That left the court with the mandate to decide whether or not to strike down the law.
The court did not.
The Supreme Court decided that it did not have the authority to do so.
That was a major setback for the Obama administration.
As a result, the Obama Justice Department has been trying to convince Congress to pass a constitutional amendment that would overturn Citizens United.
The amendment, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), has been debated in Congress for months, and the White House has made repeated efforts to get the amendment passed.
A petition circulated by the Center for Responsive Politics on Monday asked Congress to consider repealing the law, but House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has said that there is no chance of passing it.
President Obama has vowed to veto the PPACA and has threatened to veto any future health care bills that don’t include a constitutional change to overturn Citizens Unions.
As a result of Citizens Union, there are fewer people getting coverage and the number of people with preexisting conditions is growing, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
The Affordable Care Code, or ACA, is the health care law that is currently under debate.
It would extend coverage to millions of people who currently have none of the ACA’s benefits and that are currently covered through Medicaid.
Republicans have long argued that the law does not protect Americans from high medical bills, but a new analysis from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that there are some key differences in the ACA.
In the years since the ACA was passed, the number and costs of medical expenses have gone down.
There are more people in the insurance pool and fewer insurers dropping out of the market.
The law also offers lower premiums, which may lower the cost of coverage.
The law has been praised for its reforms, including its expansion of Medicaid, which is the largest expansion of the federal health care program since the 1940s.
The CBO found that the expansion would cover an estimated 10 million people by 2020, or 20 percent of the population.
In some ways, the ACA has been successful in lowering costs for many people, said William Frey, a senior fellow at the Kaiser Foundation.
People who had lost their jobs have been able to find work, or those who have stayed at home or are working part time have been given more help.
But he said that people who are still struggling might not be able to afford to purchase insurance.
There is also a concern about the impact on health coverage.
People are worried about their health coverage, but also worried about not being able to get coverage for things like mental health or substance abuse.
People do have to pay premiums, but it’s not guaranteed that they’ll get the coverage that they want.
If premiums start going up, that could make insurance unaffordable for many low- and moderate-income people, Frey said.
What to do if you get sick or injured If you’re an individual who is eligible for health coverage through your employer, your insurance company will be able make a payment based on the number you’re likely to be sick or hurt from.
For people who don’t have employer-sponsored coverage, the only way to be sure that your plan is adequate is to make a claim for coverage under the Medicaid program.
That means that your coverage would be more costly for you.
If you do have employer coverage, you can apply for an individual health insurance policy that will cover you if you are hospitalized or injured.
If the hospital or physician does not cover you, the insurer will charge you for hospital and medical services.
This type of insurance is called “high-risk” and is offered to individuals who can’t afford to pay for medical treatment themselves.
It is available in about 20 states.
Individuals who are enrolled in the Medicaid expansion and who have a COVID-19 diagnosis or who have experienced serious medical issues that could require hospitalization can also get individual insurance policies from private health insurers.
They are not covered under the Affordable Care Care Act and do not have to use their employer-based health insurance plan.
For a more detailed explanation of the Medicaid eligibility rules and how you might qualify, see the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities blog.
If you are covered by Medicaid, the federal government provides some assistance for you to make your claim for insurance.
Medicaid pays for all medical costs.