AMA Reaffirms Support for Compulsory Health Insurance

Despite vocal opposition at its House of Delegates meeting, American Medical Association delegates voted 326-125 to retain support for the individual mandate to purchase a government-controlled health insurance plan.
The majority of delegates were unconcerned about the serious Constitutional questions raised by Federal courts, or about the continued disapproval of a majority of Americans (53% favor repeal in Rasmussen survey).

Supporters of the mandate framed the issue in terms of “millions” who would allegedly “lose coverage” if Americans with an income above a certain level weren’t required to buy a costly government-prescribed comprehensive policy.

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