On Monday, the Supreme Court announced that it would hear arguments on the sweeping changes enacted by the 2010 Affordable Care Act, and could decide to uphold or strike down all or part of the health care reform law as soon as this spring. The decision throws the fate of President Obama’s signature legislative achievement into doubt, and could play into the presidential and congressional elections.
What aspects of the law will the Court examine most closely? Should any of the justices recuse themselves from ruling because of prior involvement with challenges to the law? On November 16, Russ Wheeler took your questions in a live web chat moderated by Vivyan Tran of POLITICO.
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[On the possibility of ongoing secret negotiations between the U.S. and North Korea] I am always wondering if my chain is being yanked. It could also mean Kim is trying to undermine Moon, who positions himself as a broker between the U.S. and North Korea. These two potential explanations are not mutually exclusive.