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Thursday, April 5, 2012
Best Analysis of the Oral Arguments in the Affordable Health Care Act Case
The best analysis I've seen is by Hank Greely, who posted in three installments (day one, day two, and day three) on Stanford Law School's Law and Biosciences Blog. All that Hank writes about the arguments seems sensible to me, especially his caution against reading too much into the oral arguments.