"...the young adults who were so vital to President Obama's election are emerging as a significant beneficiary of his top domestic priority, but they are also likely to play a major role in funding any reform."
There is a provision in the health care reform bill that states anyone who elects not to receive health care will be forced to pay $750 - $950 per year. Many of those who opt out of an insurance plan do so by choice...they feel they don't need insurance because of their good health. And it's because of this choice that they may be penalized by the administration. There are mixed opinions among the under-30 crowd as to whether or not this particular health proposal is a good idea, but the underlying question that has yet to be answered - where in the Constitution does it authorize the government to involve itself in the doctor-patient relationship?