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MARCH 28, 2012

Health care reform: The 7 most telling moments from Monday’s arguments


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By JENNIFER HABERKORN and JOANNE KENEN | 3/26/12 3:31 PM EDT

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The Supreme Court won’t announce the outcome of Monday’s oral arguments for months, but the writing is already on the wall — or at least in the questions that the justices asked.

Again and again, the justices pressed the lawyers on whether the Anti-Injunction Act prohibits the court from weighing in on the individual mandate before it takes effect in 2014.

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The clear import of the questions? The court feels free to act now.

How the court will act is a question for another day — Tuesday, to be exact.

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United States Supreme Court building in Washin...
United States Supreme Court building in Washington D.C., USA. Front facade. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)