Here’s a breakdown of the King v. Burwell arguments that challenge and support whether the health law’s tax subsidies can be used to buy insurance through the federal government’s online marketplace.
Two businesses are challenging the health law’s birth control coverage requirement on religious freedom grounds.
While the legal challenges to the health law’s contraception coverage mandate pose no threat to the measure as a whole, they have all the ingredients of a legal donnybrook that might well end up before the high court.
Health law critics are continuing their fight against the sweeping overhaul with legal challenges that aim to undermine the law’s employer and individual mandates.
Inside the marble palace, as some justices have called it, the regulars in the Supreme Court bar, and in the news media, all knew that the odds of getting high drama today via health care — the decision, we mean, not the real thing — were maybe one in ten. But they were almost all […]
The fate of the health law is at the center of the most-anticipated arguments in more than than a generation. Here are key points to keep in mind while watching the action.
In this analysis, Stuart Taylor writes that the case is “especially momentous” because it will determine the future of the health law — President Barack Obama’s signature legislative achievement. The ruling also will likely occur during the midst of the 2012 presidential election season.
Stuart Taylor puts the chances at about 25 percent to 33 percent that the health law’s individual mandate will be overturned, and adds that the court seems even less likely to sweep away the rest of the 975-page law.
Federal District Court decisions on health law cheer both sides as issue heads to Supreme Court.