College students may need to take a couple classes on health care and reform laws.

A survey from eHealthInsurance finds that college students and recent graduates are mostly indifferent about the health reform law—likely because most don't know much about it.

Most of them—42 percent of current students and 44 percent of grads—say they will feel "indifferent" if the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is invalidated, while a quarter of them (23 percent of both current students and grads) say they will be pleased if the PPACA is ruled unconstitutional, according to the survey conducted in April by Kelton Research. A third of them say they will be disappointed if the Court strikes down the law.

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