What You Need To Know About Today's Supreme Court Hearing on the Affordable Care Act

Posted 26 March 2012 By Alexander Gaffney

The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is scheduled to hear three days of arguments on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) starting Monday, 26 March. In preparation for those arguments, Regulatory Focus has assembled a list of everything you need to know about the case, the court, the hearings and more.


Case Summary:

Washington Post Wonkblog - SCOTUS 101: A Wonkblog guide to health care oral arguments

Kaiser Health News - The Health Law And The Supreme Court: A Primer For The Upcoming Oral Arguments

CNN - Health care reform FAQ: A CNN guide to the Supreme Court's arguments

CNN - Health care's big four issues: What the justices will tackle


The Case:

Huffington Post - Obama Health Law Reaches Supreme Court

The Boston Herald - In health care case, Supreme Court weighs entwined provisions

Modern Healthcare - No contingency plans if ACA is struck down, White House officials say


The Arguments:

National Public Radio - A Legal Guide To The Health Care Arguments

Bloomberg - Court Opens Health-Care Debate With Law That Might Derail Case

New York Times - Health Act Arguments Open With Obstacle From 1867

The Boston Herald - Will Supreme Court hear health mandate at all?

The Boston Herald - Argument up first: Is it too soon to decide?

Reuters - Analysis: Why Supreme Court may uphold healthcare law

MedPageToday - ACA On Trial: Expansion of Medicaid


The Court:

CNN - The U.S. Supreme Court: How it works

The New York Times - A Lawyer Who Can Simplify the Complex Draws a Big One: Obama's Health Overhaul

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