Keeping up with the Affordable Care Act cases

Keeping up with the Affordable Care Act cases

The U.S. Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments this morning on the cases challenging the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  Oral arguments are scheduled to continue through Wednesday, March 28.  Audio of each day’s oral arguments will be posted in the afternoon (the audio for March 26 has already been posted).

There are a number of resources online to help you follow the cases in real time or brush up on the background issue:

 

 

Follow the oral arguments:

Full argument schedule

Supreme Court Oral Arguments Audio (updated daily)

Live blogging at Scotus Blog

New York Times Guide to the Supreme Court Challenges to Obama’s Health Care Law

CSPAN Supreme Court Oral Arguments on Health Care

Twitter #ACAHearings

Twitter #SCOTUS

Twitter #ACA

Background information and documents:

Supreme Court Patient Protection and Affordable HealthCare page

Department of Justice: Defending the Affordable HealthCare Act

Scotus Blog  Health Care Resources page

 

The U.S. Supreme Court began hearing oral arguments this morning on the cases challenging the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.  Oral arguments are scheduled to continue through Wednesday, March 28.  Audio of each day’s oral arguments will be posted in the afternoon (the audio for March 27 has already been posted).

There are a number of resources online to help you follow the cases in real time or brush up on the background issue:

 

 

Follow the oral arguments:

Full argument schedule

Supreme Court Oral Arguments Audio (updated daily)

Live blogging at Scotus Blog

New York Times Guide to the Supreme Court Challenges to Obama’s Health Care Law

CSPAN Supreme Court Oral Arguments on Health Care

Twitter #ACA Hearings

Background information and documents:

Supreme Court Patient Protection and Affordable HealthCare page

Department of Justice: Defending the Affordable HealthCare Act

Scotus Blog  Health Care Resources page

 

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