Is the nation really ready for the possible dissolution of the Affordable Care Act? If the Supreme Court rules that federal health insurance exchanges in 34 states cannot offer subsidies to help consumers purchase coverage, it isn’t yet clear if that would start a death spiral for the law, which is what its opponents dearly hope.

On Day 1 after an adverse decision for the Obama Administration, opponents will rejoice. But if the law unravels, they – along with everyone else – will lose a lot of health security.

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