STAFF BLOG REPUBLIC INSIDER Well, not that focused ...
There are no reports so far of Speaker John Boehner crying over the somewhat surprising decision by the Supreme Court to uphold Obamacare.
But the famously weep-happy Boehner has changed his tune on ... Posted on 6/28/12 at 4:50 PM
HEALTHBEAT Reactions pour in to health care ruling
Reactions have been pouring in all day to the Supreme Court's ruling this morning on the health care reform law.
If there was any doubt that Americans feel a strong personal stake in health care, it'... Posted on 6/28/12 at 2:52 PM
The Supreme Court’s ruling to uphold the president’s health care law has only strengthened my resolve to repeal it in its entirety because this government takeover of health care is not good for South Dakotans.
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota Sen. Tim Johnson says he is pleased with the Supreme Court decision upholding the federal health care law because it provides a foundation for Congress to continue working to reduce health care costs and increase the number of people who are insured.
PIERRE (AP) — South Dakota Gov. Dennis Daugaard said Thursday he is dismayed by the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that upholds the federal health care law, but said he'll work to protect the state from what he sees as the law's harmful effects.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Marking a pivotal point in the presidential campaign, the Supreme Court's decision to uphold President Barack Obama's sweeping federal health care law handed the Democratic incumbent crucial election-year vindication for his signature legislative accomplishment.
WASHINGTON — Calculating who will write the final decision of the Supreme Court's term is a game that usually interests only a small band of lawyers, professors, reporters and politicos who obsess over the justices' every footnote.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A divided Supreme Court threw out major parts of Arizona's tough crackdown on illegal immigrants Monday in a ruling sure to reverberate through the November elections. The justices unanimously approved the law's most-discussed provision — requiring police to check the immigration status of those they stop for other reasons — but limited the consequences.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court should uphold a law requiring most Americans to have health insurance if the justices follow legal precedent, according to 19 of 21 constitutional law professors who ventured an opinion on the most-anticipated ruling in years.
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — U.S. Supreme Court justices will hear arguments invoking the Lewis and Clark expedition from two centuries ago when they take up a dispute Wednesday that could affect who controls waterways across the nation.
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