Top administration officials, briefing reporters, said that the president initially saw news alerts that the court had ruled
I expect the court to strike down the individual mandate, given the administration's inability to articulate a limiting principle to sustain it. This begs the question: Will the law be struck down in its entirety? The guide to answering this question is congressional intent.
Yes, of course the president wants his signature health care law upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court, but I suspect that it would help him politically if the statute were to be struck down in its entirety.
He and Chief Justice John Roberts are emerging as the seemingly pivotal votes. Arguments at the high court Tuesday focused
In the case of Gonzales v Raich, this meant the feds could go after people who were growing bud for home consumption because