Jonathan Cohn, Obamacare Goes to Court

The Supreme Court hears oral arguments next week in the lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act.  Is this the case of the century?  What are the implications of the litigation?  And where will the court stand?  Jonathan Cohn (@CitizenCohn), Senior Editor at the New Republic, is here to unpack the issues.  His book, Sick: the Untold Story of America’s Health Care Crisis—and the People Who Pay the Price.  And more shocking information in the Trayvon Martin killing.  Click thru for links and updates.  Use this post as today’s thread.

Link to Jeffrey Toobin’s piece in the New Yorker, “Holding Court”.

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5 Responses to Jonathan Cohn, Obamacare Goes to Court

  1. ken doll not so up on the commons and sharing the earth

  2. Slow posting day.

  3. For what it’s worth, I spent 10 years in the restaurant industry. If I picked and chose who I served, my restaurant would have gone out of business. You can’t just tell someone they can’t eat at your restaurant and not expect to either be boycotted or sued (or both). That libertarian was a complete tool.

  4. HolyCity2012 says:

    “Florida ‘Stand Your Ground’ law could complicate Trayvon Martin teen shooting case”

    Police in the central Florida town of Sanford have said that 28-year-old George Zimmerman says he shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in self-defense during a confrontation in a gated community.

    Legal experts, gun-rights advocates and gun-control groups contacted offered varying opinions on whether Zimmerman can avoid criminal charges under Stand Your Ground.

    http://usnews.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2012/03/20/10780286-florida-stand-your-ground-law-could-complicate-trayvon-martin-teen-shooting-case

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