The Health Care Law And The Roberts Court

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Guests

David Savage, Supreme Court correspondent, Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune
Jeffrey Rosen, legal affairs editor, The New Republic
Carrie Severino, chief counsel and policy director, Judicial Crisis Network

The Supreme Court is expected to rule on the controversial health care law in June. Many legal analysts expect the Justices to strike down parts of the law in a split, 5-4 decision, prompting a debate among legal scholars about what the decision will reveal about the politics of the High Court.

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