The Supreme Court’s divided decision on health care reform might take years to evaluate. As the case is probably far from done when it comes to legal actions, where does it stand in historic terms?
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On the day after the Supreme Court’s historic health care ruling, the court settled the Janet Jackson-Justin Timberlake flashing incident at the Super Bowl, with Chief Justice John Roberts chiding the performers.
Lyle Denniston explains what Thursday’s Supreme Court decision on television obscenity means, and why the court didn’t settle the First Amendment debate involving broadcasters, live profanity and brief images of nudity.
The Supreme Court, as expected, didn’t rule on health care on Thursday, but it did rule on an important case involving nudity and cursing that included the F-word, Cher and George Carlin in its decision.
How will the Supreme Court rule on the Affordable Care Act? We’ve gathered 16 predictions from published articles, and the opinions are surprising and divisive.