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Oral argument dates set in Supreme Court review of healthcare reform

The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled oral arguments in the multi-state healthcare lawsuit for March 26-28.

Here's the schedule, via Attorney General Pam Bondi's office:

March 26: The Supreme Court will hear one hour of oral argument on the jurisdictional issue of whether the federal Anti-Injunction Act prevents challenges to the individual mandate.

March 27: The court will hear two hours of oral argument on the constitutionality of the individual mandate.

March 28: The court will hear 90 minutes of oral argument on the issue of severability and one hour on the constitutionality of the law's Medicaid expansion.

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JERRY D. PITTMAN

WE ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE CAR INSURANCE,WHAT IS
WRONG WITH BEING REQUIRED TO HAVE HEALTH
INSURANCE !

Marilyn Jordan

For one thing Jerry, car insurance protects other people on the road if you injure or damage their property. Health insurance is your responsibility to protect yourself. If you choose not to get health insurance, you should be liable for your owm medical expenses.

ARCHIE

With the partisan friendship that Obama has build up with the Supreme Courts Jutices that a move in favor of obama will be passed and in other words the health care reform will be ruled constitutionaly sound and the law suite will fail,given to the political corruption in the court system.

Lynn Woodall

Can you tell me what channel these oral arguments can be watched on in March?

Thank you

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