Did John Roberts Change His Mind At The Last Minute?
DJ Wilson | Jun 29, 2012
With the legislative session winding down, and today's headlines about government reform challenges, it's easy to think that the primary issues of the 2012 gubernatorial campaign will be about revenue, expenditures and the changing role of government. And, to a degree, that is the case.If you're Rob McKenna,
The WSJ sums up today's oral arguments below, with a great list of Tweets from folks following the appeal here. It was a typical Supreme Court argument – although the stakes are anything but typical – in that the justices asked tough questions of both sides. Seven justices' votes seem
Since you're probably looking for a place to follow the Supreme Court coverage as closely as we are, we can tell you, we've identified most of the best outlets. For our money, we're following the WSJ live blogging of the event from multiple reporters in the courtroom. Good insight and
Today, March 26, the Supreme Court began what is to be 3 days of hearings aimed at deciding whether or not the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is constitutional. Today’s hearings consisted of arguments from Robert Long, an attorney appointed by the Supreme Court, who made the case