Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has upheld the individual insurance requirement at the heart of President Barack Obama's health care law, what will be the impact in California? Host Scott Shafer talks with experts on California health care about the ruling and its potential impact in California from legal, political, business, consumer and health provider perspectives.
California has already launched a number of programs related to the federal reform, and thus has a big stake in the ruling.
Mary Agnes-Carey, senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News
Marian Mulkey, director of the California Healthcare Foundation's Health Reform and Public Programs Initiative
Ann O'Leary, lecturer at UC Berkeley's Boalt Hall School of Law
Anthony Wright, executive director of Health Access, a consumer advocacy organization
Peter Lee, executive director of California's Health Benefits Exchange
Patrick Johnson, president and CEO of the California Association of Health Plans
Carmella Castellano-Garcia, president and CEO of the California Primary Care Association
Ed Hernandez, California state senator (D)
Wally Herger, U.S. congressman (R) representing California's 2nd District
Bill Kramer, executive director for national health policy with the Pacific Business Group on Health, a coalition of large employers