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If the Supreme Court strikes down the health care reform law requirement that individuals enroll in a qualified health care plan or pay a financial penalty, then it also must invalidate the law's mandate requiring employers to offer coverage or pay a penalty, the American Benefits Council says in an amicus brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court. “The two sets of provisions are so intimately connected with the individual mandate, and so dependent upon it to function in the manner Congress intended, that they must be held inseverable and, therefore, invalidated if the individual mandate is struck down,” the brief says.