Fighting for you, all the way to the Supreme Court
Constitutional lawyer, Obama is taking our case for affordable healthcare for all Americans to the Supreme Court. We hired him for that and the verdict will come out about the same time we vote for reelection.
We'll probably have a ruling on health care reform's constitutionality by June, reports Jennifer Haberkorn: "Friday’s federal court ruling against a key provision of the health care reform law makes it almost certain the Supreme Court will decide the law’s constitutionality in the 2012 term. If the high court decides to take up the case, it probably won’t rule until June -- ensuring that President Barack Obama’s signature law will be the center of another very public debate just five months before the election. The court has two very strong reasons to take the case now. First, there are two circuit courts that have ruled in opposite directions on the constitutionality of the law's individual mandate. And second, because the Obama administration lost in the latest ruling, it is going to be the one filing the appeal. The Supreme Court rarely turns down such requests from the federal government, especially on an issue with the scope of the health reform law."”