"If ObamaCare survives, legal battle has just begun": Jonathan Adler
and Michael Cannon
will have this op-ed
Monday in USA Today.
"On indecency, SCOTUS puts onus back on FCC":
Politico.com has this report
"Polarized Over Health Care, United on Drama of Ruling": This article
will appear Monday in The New York Times.
Monday's edition of The Washington Times will contain an article headlined "Spin doctors prepare to pounce on health care decision; Supreme Court ruling expected this week."
And Politico.com reports that "All sides line up for court decision."
"Federal Power at Issue in Key Cases; Supreme Court Rulings on Health Law, Immigration Likely to Determine Limits of Washington's Reach":
Jess Bravin will have this article
Monday in The Wall Street Journal.
Tomorrow's newspaper will also contain an article by Janet Adamy and Jess Bravin headlined "Health-Law Guessing Game Grips the Capital."
You can freely access the full text of both articles via Google News.
"Lawyer for Gitmo detainees: 'Less hope now than ever.'"
CNN.com has a report
that begins, "David Remes used to be a partner at a top Washington law firm, but he left four years ago to defend, for free, prisoners at the U.S. military facility at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba."
"For Verrilli and other Supreme Court advocates, waiting may be the hardest part": This article
will appear Monday in The Washington Post.
And CNN.com reports that "All sides preparing for political fallout from health care decision."
"For Obama, Supreme Court health-care, immigration rulings to close a tough term":
Robert Barnes will have this article
Monday in The Washington Post.
And in Monday's edition of The Los Angeles Times, David G. Savage will have an article headlined "Upcoming Supreme Court rulings may benefit both parties; The high court is set to hand down decisions this week on healthcare and immigration, and justices could rule in ways that would allow both the Obama administration and Republicans to claim victory."
"Regardless of ObamaCare Decision, SCOTUSblog Has Already Won":
Dan Diamond has this post
"Most Americans oppose health law but like provisions":
Reuters has this report
And Jesse J. Holland of The Associated Press reports that "Court keeps upcoming health care decision secret."
"Supreme Court on illegal immigration: Sides await ruling, prepare for battle." This article
appears today in The Washington Post.
And in today's edition of The Arizona Republic, columnist E. J. Montini has an essay entitled "SB 1070 rule: Heavy smoke, but no fire."
"Under the U.S Supreme Court: To sniff or not to sniff."
UPI has this report