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Q. I've heard that the government won't really be able to enforce the penalty for not having health insurance. Is this true? A: Although the Supreme Court officially deemed the penalty a tax in their 2012 ruling that upheld most parts of the ACA, enforcement is not the same as it is for other taxes. But the penalty is enforced, and millions of people have paid it each year since 2014.

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