In the coming days, we'll soon know whether the Supreme Court will hand down their decision on President Obama's Affordable Care Act. It almost goes without saying that the decision will have dramatic effects on politics and healthcare in the United States.
Tom Daschle, former Majority Leader of the Senate, has a lot of experience writing and talking about the subject. He was set to become the Secretary of Health and Human Services under President Obama, but withdrew in February 2009 following tax problems.
He continues to serve as a member of the Health Policy and Management Executive Council and in 2008 published the book "Critical: What We Can Do About the Health-Care Crisis."
As the court weighs this important decision, Tom Daschle explains what's at stake.