After Three Days of Arguments, How Do You Think the Court Will Rule on Obamacare?--David Frum
Yesterday concluded the last of three days of the Supreme Court's oral arguments over healthcare reform. The six hours of hearings over three days constituted the longest set of opening oral arguments before the Court in the last 45 years.
On the second day of proceedings, we asked if readers thought the healthcare law's individual mandate is constitutional. 77% said yes, only 22% said no. But a lot has happened since then. Many surprises and twists later, how does the case seem now?