"Health-Care Court Challenge Faces Hurdles":
In today's edition of The Wall Street Journal, Jess Bravin has an article
that begins, "If the lawsuit contesting President Barack Obama's health-care overhaul is to succeed, it will have to overcome setbacks that left the challengers with unfavorable lower-court rulings and a less-than-ideal plaintiff."
"Court's health ruling could shake fall elections":
The Associated Press has this report
"No 'Fighting Sioux' on ice, but name is all over courts -- state and federal": This article
appears today in The Grand Forks (N.D.) Herald.
"A Lawyer Who Can Simplify the Complex Draws a Big One: Obama's Health Overhaul."
The New York Times contains this article
today, along with an article headlined "Implications Are Far-Reaching in States' Challenge of Federal Health Care Law
The Des Moines Register reports today that "Harkin fears political tilt in justices' health law ruling; He's particularly leery of John Roberts' impact."
Jan Crawford of CBS News reports that "High court health care law showdown nears."
Ariane de Vogue of ABC News has a report headlined "Supreme Court Health Care Challenge by the Numbers: 9 Justices, 7 Lawyers, 1 Law."
Jesse J. Holland of The Associated Press has a report headlined "How health care case will unfold before the court."
Bloomberg News reports that "Health-Care Arguments at High Court Draw Early Spectator Line."
The Washington Post has a blog post titled "To hear health care oral arguments, a three day camp-out."
WJS.com's "Washington Wire" blog has a post titled "Campout for SCOTUS Health Case Seats Starts Early."
Sunlen Miller of ABC News has a blog post titled "Supreme Court Line Forms 3 Days Before Health Care Hearing."
And in The Toronto Globe and Mail, columnist Konrad Yakabuski has an op-ed entitled "U.S. Supreme Court holds Obamacare's future in its hands."
"Daniels picks Massa for Indiana Supreme Court; 51-year-old had served as governor's lawyer": This article
appears today in The Indianapolis Star.
"John Payton, Influential Civil Rights Lawyer, Dies at 65":
Sunday's edition of The New York Times will contain this obituary
"Sanders wants old job back on state court; Former state Supreme Court Justice Richard Sanders says he is a candidate to serve on the Supreme Court again": This article
appeared yesterday in The Seattle Times.
"War of words continues in wake of N.J. Democrats' rejection of Christie's Supreme Court nominee":
The Newark Star-Ledger contains this article
"Generic Drugs Proving Resistant to Damage Suits": This article
appeared Wednesday in The New York Times.
And today's newspaper contains an editorial entitled "A Bizarre Outcome on Generic Drugs."