Top Headlines as “Obamacare” heads to Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is set to rule on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate this Spring. Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., will preside over the case starting on March 26. These three headlines show the issues some have with the Act, the counterarguments supporting the Act, and how Roberts will likely handle the case based on his history and personal sentiments.

The ‘Sleeper’ Issues Before The Supreme Court As It Reviews The Affordable Care Act – from HealthAffairs

Article summarizes why the “individual mandate” is controversial.

White House Works to Shape Debate Over Health Law – from NYTimes

Article summarizes the White House’s position on the law and why it should pass as stands.

Health Care Act Offers Roberts a Signature Case – NY Times.

Article summarizes how Roberts will likely preside and decide.

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