Morning Roundup — Tuesday, March 27

Good morning.  Below are links to major media coverage recapping yesterday’s  Anti-Injunction Act arguments and looking forward to today’s debate on the individual mandate.

Today’s arguments are the heart of the Court’s consideration of these cases:  The Justices will consider whether the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate, which requires most everyone to purchase health insurance, is constitutional.   Arguments are scheduled to run from 10 a.m. to noon.  Please stay tuned an instant “quick take” with today’s highlights soon after the Court adjourns; a full blog post recounting the arguments at around 2 p.m.; and a Q & A with Dom from 3 to 4 p.m.

Adam Liptak, The New York Times, “For Justices, A Matter of Framing the Core Issue on Health Care.”

Bill Mears, CNN, “Supreme Court Set to Debate Heart of Health Care Law.”

Robert Barnes, The Washington Post, “Supreme Court Begins Review of Health-Care Law.”

Jess Bravin, Louise Radnofsky, and Brent Kendall, The Wall Street Journal, “Court Unlikely to Delay Ruling.”

Mark Sherman, The Associated Press, “Justices Take Up Heart of Health Care Overhaul.”

Nina Totenberg, NPR, “Tax Fight a Prelude to Supreme Court Fireworks.” 


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