The bill begins with an enormous number of definitions, most of which simply pass the buck to other federal statutes for their content. One of those defined in the section, however, is that of "family," and the definition as given should give distributists serious concern. "The term 'family,'" the bill tells us, "means an individual and includes the individual’s dependents."
....Means "an individual"?
The legal beagles will have a field day with this, but ya know, we've used the term 'individual' to denote one sort of health-insurance coverage for years without confusion.