Wall Street Journal – Health Law Heads to Court
In taking up President Barack Obama’s health overhaul Monday, the Supreme Court wades into an issue that not only could sway this fall’s elections but also could help define for generations what Congress is and isn’t entitled to do.
Politico – Passion surrounds health law arguments at the Supreme Court
As the Supreme Court joins the national debate over a landmark health care law Monday, the bitter political divide that has defined President Barack Obama’s central legislative achievement is playing out at the courthouse steps.
The New York Times – Health Act Arguments Open With Obstacle From 1867
The Supreme Court on Monday starts three days of hearings on the constitutionality of the 2010 health care overhaul law, an epic clash that could recast the very structure of American government. But it begins with a 90-minute argument on what a lawyer in the case has called “the most boring jurisdictional stuff one can imagine.”
The Washington Post – Supreme Court health-care arguments: Live tweets from the scene
Inside the Supreme Court, they’ll be making history, as the justices hear three days of arguments for and against the federal health-care overhaul.
Chicago Tribune – Survey: Employers keeping health coverage
Most employers who said they would drop health insurance coverage for employees because of new health reform legislation, have not done so, according to a new survey.
MSNBC – Obama’s health care law challenged
In six hours of oral arguments, spread over the next three days, the Supreme Court will hear cases challenging the health care law’s central requirement – that all Americans receives health insurance. The Daily Rundown’s Chuck Todd reports.