But John McIntyre, M.D., a delegate to the AMA Section Council on Psychiatry and a member of the Council on Medical Service,
which wrote the report, noted that the provisions in the PPACA are far more stringent than those urged by the AMA, requiring
all individuals regardless of income to purchase comprehensive insurance. And others in the house on both sides emphasized
that the debate was about AMA policy, not the constitutionality of the PPACA.