Could the health care law fail over an ‘oversight’?

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In a candid moment on “NOW” earlier today, former White House advisor for health policy Dr. Zeke Emanuel said that he believes that severability in the Affordable Care Act was left out as an “oversight,” and not intentionally.

Emanuel was asked the question directly after an exchange concerning the fate of the health care law, following Tuesday’s contentious Supreme Court arguments over the health care mandate. Emanuel took a moment of pause before saying, “that, I believe, was an oversight, not an intention.”

Watch the clip of the exchange below:

Could the health care law fail over an 'oversight'?

Updated