Supreme Court health care arguments under way
According to U.S. Census Bureau figures, twenty-five percent of Texans are uninsured — and the vast majority are U.S. citizens of working age.
By Laura Vozzella 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. Outside, they'll be making noise. And camp. And dinner, if Clif bars and apples can
Washington (CNN) – About a dozen people lined the sidewalk in front of the Supreme Court Sunday, along with their lounge chairs, blankets and umbrellas, hoping to obtain tickets to watch the justices hear arguments
By MARK SHERMAN With demonstrators chanting outside, the Supreme Court began hearing arguments Monday on the fate of President Barack Obama's historic health care overhaul, no less controversial two years after Democrats pushed it to passage in
No justice endorsed the idea that it's too soon for the Supreme Court to take on the health care law. Seeming to dismiss the argument that an arcane 19th century law might prevent them from jumping into the bigger issues, the justices turned to firing