Legal Decision May Foreshadow Supreme Court’s View Of Key Health Law Provision
Legal experts are reviewing a recent ruling by the Supreme Court which involved the Commerce Clause, the central point in pending challenges to the health overhaul.
Los Angeles Times: Supreme Court Ruling Hints Difficulty For Obama Insurance Law Foes
The Supreme Court may not be so anxious to rein in Congress' broad power to pass regulatory laws under the Constitution's commerce clause, the key point of dispute in the pending court battles over President Obama's health insurance law (Savage, 1/11).
The Wall Street Journal's Law Blog: Does Dissent In Body-Armor Case Bode Ill For Health-Care Law?
Those reading the tea leaves on how the Supreme Court will judge the health-care overhaul may want to examine a dissent filed by two conservative justices this morning in a case involving the Constitution's Commerce Clause (Bravin, 1/10).