HHS Update: Supreme Court Hearings — Day One Reply

Here is a brief report on yesterday’s hearings:

Today is the big day for the court. The following is a list of the cases filed against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act scheduled for hearing on March 27, 2012 (from Supremecourt.gov):

Case Filings
11-117 Thomas More Law Center, et al., v. Barack H. Obama, President of the United States, et al.Petition for Writ of CertiorariBrief in OppositionReply Brief
11-393 National Federation of Independent Business, et al., , v. Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, et al.,Petition for Writ of CertiorariAppendix to PetitionBrief in OppositionThe American Bar Association has provided a link to the briefs at the merits stage of this case at this link.*
11-398 Department of Health and Human Services, et al., v. Florida, et al. Petition for a Writ of CertiorariAppendix to PetitionBrief of Private RespondentsBrief of State RespondentsReply BriefThe American Bar Association has provided a link to the briefs at the merits stage of this case at this link* for the Anti-Injunction Act issue and this link*for the Minimum Coverage Provision issue.Audio/Transcripts (Monday)
11-400 Florida, et al., v. Department of Health and Human Services, et al. Petition for Writ of CertiorariBrief in OppositionReply BriefThe American Bar Association has provided a link to the briefs at the merits stage of this case at this link.*
11-420 Virginia, ex rel. Kenneth T. Cuccinelli, II, Attorney General of Virginia v. Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human ServicesPetition for Writ of CertiorariBrief in Opposition
11-438 Liberty University, et al., v. Timothy F. Geithner , Secretary of the Treasury, et al., Petition for a Writ of CertiorariBrief in OppositionReply Brief

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