Two years after passage of the federal health care law, the United States Supreme Court is considering its constitutionality. Early comments by Supreme Court Justices suggest that the Court is considering striking down the entire law.

But, salvaging the law after a Supreme Court wrecking ball may prove an impossible feat. Realizing this, some states including California are working on ways to keep key features of the law intact in their states. Key health care provisions which may survive in some states, regardless of Supreme Court decision, may include guaranteed coverage for children and mandatory health insurance purchase requirement. Stay tuned.