On Monday, Federal Judge Roger Vinson declared the individual mandate portion of the president’s new health care law unconstitutional. He also says without the mandate, the entire law is void. His verdict is a victory for 26 states that challenged the mandate in this case. So how significant is this decision? How much weight does this carry against decisions from other judges who have upheld the mandate and the law? What will Congressional Republicans try to do next in repealing the law? And how encouraged are they by news that 58 percent of Americans still favor repeal? We talk with Georgia Rep. Tom Price, a former physician and member of the House Republican Leadership.