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Deficit Poses the Biggest Threat to U.S. Healthcare
Insurance Journal

A mounting U.S. deficit could pose a much greater threat to the survival of President Barack Obama’s healthcare reforms than either the Supreme Court or 2012 elections.

Many health experts say innovations in delivering medical care and the creation of state health insurance exchanges for extending coverage to the uninsured are likely to continue in some form even if Obama’s 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is struck down or repealed.