At the Table is an international exchange program that connects high school students in Philadelphia and Riga. One student participant, Lionel Detchou, discusses his experience doing service abroad.
Legal expert Neil S. Siegel explains how President Barack Obama’s health care reform law came down to a single act by Chief Justice John Roberts, and how close it came to extinction.
Most of the media on Thursday was mesmerized by the theatrics surrounding the landmark Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act. But the court issued a ruling on another contested law–one with intriguing constitutional plot twists and a colorful character in the starring role.
The Supreme Court’s historic decision on President Barack Obama’s health-care reform program seems complicated, but much of it can be broken down to a few concepts we can all understand.
CNN was left with egg on its face and some explaining to do on Thursday, after erroneously reporting the biggest Supreme Court case in 12 years. As the Supreme Court released its opinion for Florida v. Department of Health and Human Services, the much-watched challenge to President Barack Obama’s health care reform law, CNN incorrectly […]
The United States Supreme Court upheld most of President Barack Obama’s health care program on Thursday, including the individual mandate.
You can follow the moments leading up the Supreme Court’s health care decision live with Constitution Daily contributor Lyle Denniston on SCOTUSblog.
How will stock markets react to the Supreme Court’s health care decision? What will Joe Biden and John Boehner say? When will the president appear on TV? We have answers to these and other burning questions.
Democrats and Republicans were already spinning the Supreme Court’s health care decision, in the hours before the Court issued its opinion on health care reform.
Need a break from a hectic week of Constitutional news? Want to hang out with three Continental Army regiments? If you are in the Philadelphia area, here’s an inside look at Independence Day week at the National Constitution Center.