Miriam Brand just graduated from the University of Maryland and does not have a job, but she does have health insurance.
The 22-year-old diabetic is among the 2.5 million Americans who were allowed to stay on their parents' policies because of the federal health care reform law.
"I was definitely very scared about getting insurance after college, never mind staying with my same doctors," she said. "I feel lucky my parents have good insurance and I can stay on it."
Brand joins the many young adults, children, seniors and others already benefiting from the Affordable Care Act who worry that the Supreme Court will strike down all or part of...