The ACA requires that everyone have health coverage in some form. Those who not have insurance, and do not fall into one of the exemption categories, are subject to a penalty. The penalty fee is $95 or prorated 1% of income for 2014, and increases in later years. The constitutionality of this part of the law was challenged, and was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.
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