Supreme Court

    • First Edition: February 22, 2012

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports that the Supreme Court added 30 minutes to the time allocation for next month's health law arguments. Also in the news, the federal government announced funding awards yesterday to help launch consumer-governed health plans in eight states.

      (Daily Report) Feb 22, 2012

    • Analyzing The Impact Of The Court's Consideration Of The Health Law

      USA Today reports that the Supreme Court's review could cause the the health law debate to stretch through the presidential campaign. Other media outlets take a look at what would happen without the individual mandate, and at stakeholders' positions related to the law's Medicaid expansion.

      (Daily Report) Feb 21, 2012

    • First Edition: February 21, 2012

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations, including reports about how the Supreme Court's consideration of the health law could prolong the fight over the sweeping measure.

      (Daily Report) Feb 21, 2012

    • Viewpoints: The Constitution And Birth Control; War On Wyden

      A selection of opinions and editorials on health care policy from around the U.S.

      (Daily Report) Feb 17, 2012

    • New Solicitor General Gets Ready For Supreme Court Health Law Showdown

      Donald Verrilli will bring a new voice to the debate when he defends the law before the high court next month. In the meantime, an attorney challenging the law argues that if the mandate stands, the government could also force Americans to buy a car, and KHN presents the second part of an analysis of the legal arguments before the court.

      (Daily Report) Feb 17, 2012

    • SCOTUS Preview Part 2: Analyzing The Likely High Court Arguments On The Health Law

      In the second part of his video discussion with Jackie Judd, legal expert Stuart Taylor analyzes the arguments that will be made in the Supreme Court review of the health law.

      (Daily Report) Feb 17, 2012

    • First Edition: February 17, 2012

      Today's early morning highlights from the major news organizations include reports about the latest debate on the Obama administration's regulation to mandate free birth control for women.

      (Daily Report) Feb 17, 2012

    • SCOTUS Preview Part 2: Analyzing The Likely High Court Arguments On The Health Law

      In part two of analysis of the Supreme Court's upcoming decision on the health law, Stuart Taylor talks with Jackie Judd about the arguments each side is likely to make defending or against the individual mandate and the Medicaid expansion.

      (Video) Feb 16, 2012

    • White House Budget Director Stumbles On Question About Mandate

      The health law’s individual mandate is not a tax, the OMB director said under questioning at a Capitol Hill hearing Wednesday, even though the administration has claimed the opposite in its defense of the law before the Supreme Court.

      (Daily Report) Feb 16, 2012

    • Preview: The 'Very Big Deal' – SCOTUS Takes On The Health Law

      In a video discussion with Jackie Judd, legal expert Stuart Taylor analyzes the issues at stake in the Supreme Court review of the federal health law.

      (Daily Report) Feb 16, 2012