The Supreme Court on Wednesday is wrapping the last of its three days of discussions over overhaul of President Barack Obama's Health-Care Law, with justices weighing what could happen to the to reform should the court rules against the requirement that individuals carry health insurance.

In its final day, nine justices are set to hear whether the rest of Obama's law can reach a safe bay without the individual mandate if the court decides that Congress outpaced its limits by requiring an expansion of the Medicaid health care program for the poor, providing an exclusive insurance program for an estimated 17 million Americans by 2014.

In essence, Obama's signature domestic achievement is undoubtedly linked to the individual mandate in order to obtain health insurance, worse, killing the mandate while keeping the insurance market changes would cause a mess and premiums to soar, leaving more people without insurance.