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  • What You Need To Know About The Supreme Court Hearing on the Affordable Care Act: Day Three

    • 28 March 2012
    The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is scheduled to hear arguments today on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's (PPACA) Medicaid expansion provisions and whether the 'individual mandate' is severable from the PPACA . In preparation for those arguments-and the rest of the case- Regulatory Focus has assembled a list of what you need to know about the case, the court, the hearings, the arguments and more. Medicaid: NPR - Supreme Court's Med...
  • What You Need To Know About The Supreme Court Hearing on the Affordable Care Act

    • 27 March 2012
    The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is scheduled to hear arguments today on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's (PPACA) 'individual mandate' provisions. In preparation for those arguments-and the rest of the case- Regulatory Focus has assembled a list of the essentials of what you need to know about the case, the court, the hearings and more. The Individual Mandate: Reuters - Supreme Court moves to heart of healthcare case The New York...
  • What You Need To Know About Today's Supreme Court Hearing on the Affordable Care Act

    • 26 March 2012
    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...
  • Obama Administration, Plaintiffs File PPACA Briefs

    The US Department of Justice (DOJ) and a group of 26 states ("state petitioners") both filed briefs with the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) on Friday, 6 January outlining their respective arguments regarding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's (PPACA) constitutionality and the severability of certain components of the law. The DOJ brief focuses on the question of whether or not "the minimum coverage provision is a valid exercise of Congress...