Monday, March 26, 2012

Supreme Court begins review of health-care law

The Supreme Court began its constitutional review of the health-care overhaul law Monday with a fundamental question: Is the court barred from making such a decision at this time?

The justices opened their three-day review by hearing 90 minutes of argument about whether an obscure 19th-century law — the Anti-Injunction Act — means that the court cannot pass judgment on the law until its key provisions go into effect in 2014.
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1 comment:

The Archer of the Forest said...

I have trouble believing that the Supreme Court would go to all this trouble of having a 3 day trial and only punt the ball until 2014. If they thought that, they would not have taken the case in the first place.