PPACA Justice Ginsburg: Conservative Approach is to Salvage

//PPACA Justice Ginsburg: Conservative Approach is to Salvage

PPACA Justice Ginsburg: Conservative Approach is to Salvage

Regarding the PPACA hearings, Justice Ginsburg said Mr. Clement is essentially requesting that the Court to conduct “a wrecking operation,” and said  “the more conservative approach would be salvage rather than throwing out everything.”

via Review & Outlook: The ObamaCare Reckoning – WSJ.com.

Fortunately, some of the benefits of legislation over the past including the The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act, enacted as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and therefore separate from PPACA will stand if PPACA is rescinded.

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