Mark Your Calendars: June 28 Is The Health Law Decision Day
The court is scheduled to announce decisions in its remaining cases Thursday morning - the last day of its 2011 -2012 term.
Politico: Health Care Ruling Expected Thursday
The health care reform law's fate will likely be decided Thursday (Haberkorn, 6/25).
USA Today: Court To Rule Thursday On Obama Health Care Law
The Supreme Court announced this morning it will next deliver opinions on Thursday -- and that Thursday will be the last day of its 2011-12 term. One of the remaining cases: The health care ruling that figures to be one of the court's most historic, and is likely to play a role in this year's election between President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney. This also means three more days of predictions and spin (Jackson, 6/25).
The Washington Post's Wonkblog: The Supreme Court Will Rule Thursday
We don't know how the Supreme Court will decide on the health-care law; the justices tend to be better at keeping secrets than the CIA. But court watchers expect that Chief Justice John Roberts will author the opinion, after seeing Justice Anthony Kennedy write the opinion in the Arizona immigration case. The justices tend to split up the workload each term, especially when it comes to high-profile and complicated rulings (Kliff, 6/25).
Bloomberg/Boston Globe: U.S. Supreme Court Set To Issue Health Care Decision On June 28
The U.S. Supreme Court didn't rule on President Barack Obama's health-care law today, pushing the decision to June 28, when the justices plan to complete their nine-month term (Stohr, 6/25).
CNN: Supreme Court To Rule Thursday On Health Care
The stakes cannot be overstated -- what the justices decide will have an immediate and long-term impact on all Americans, both in how they get medicine and health care, and also in vast, yet unknown areas of "commerce" (Mears, 6/25).
The Wall Street Journal's Washington Wire: Four Scenarios For Thursday's Ruling On Health Care
On the health care law, here are the most likely four scenarios on how the court could rule, as first laid out by Law Blog last week, shown in order of how much of the law would be struck down (Kendall and Landers, 6/25).