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  • Audio and Transcript: Obamacare at the Supreme Court, Day One

    Monday marked the first day of oral arguments being heard by the Supreme Court for and against Obamacare. The question today was whether or not the plaintiffs are precluded from challenging individual mandate due to the Anti-Injunction Act, and, tangentially, whether the individual mandate penalty is a tax, as the administration claims.

    Make sure you check out the day’s preview from Heritage’s Todd Gaziano, and make sure you stay tuned for his roundup of the day’s events. For now, here is full audio and a transcript of today’s oral arguments:

    Full audio: Obamacare at the Supreme Court, day one


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