The Supreme Court’s review of the Affordable Care Act cases arose out of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. There, a divided three judge panel struck down the most contentious portions of the law.
As a preview of the upcoming arguments before the Supreme Court, Oyez has collected and transcribed the arguments in the Eleventh Circuit, which you can listen to below.
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Prof. Sheldon Nahmod of the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law and author of the Nahmod Law blog discusses most watched question to be addressed by the Court in its review of President Obama’s healthcare reform legislation.
At the end of this month, the Supreme Court will hear what may be one of the most significant challenges of the Roberts Era – the Affordable Care Act Cases. Prof. Kent Streseman of the IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law discusses the first, somewhat obscure question the Court will hear.
Oyez is now putting the finishing touches on a special feature that will delve deeper into the origins of the ACA cases and clarify the questions they raise. Stay tuned!
There’s been a great deal of coverage in the media about the amount of time the Court has allocated to arguments in the ACA challenges, which it will hear at the end of this month. Just how significant is it that the Court granted six hours of arguments to these challenges? The answer is a bit complicated.
In a significant Fourth Amendment decision, the Court today found that law enforcement authorities must obtain warrants before using GPS tracking devices to monitor a vehicle. The decision was unanimous.
The Supreme Court on Friday issued an unsigned, per curiam opinion in Perry v. Perez halting the implementation of a congressional district map drawn by a Federal district court, after the lower court rejected the Texas legislature’s map.