Respondents were reportedly more likely to mention the economy, joblessness, the deficit and “problems in government.”
Despite approval from the nation’s highest court, House Republicans stood steadfast against President Obama’s signature health law Thursday and vowed to continue their push to repeal it in its entirety.
Chief Justice John Roberts joined Associate Justices Stephen Breyer, Elana Kagan, Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor in declaring the law’s individual mandate to be constitutional.
Democrats are praising the Court’s decision as a victory for Americans everywhere.
“I believe the mandate will not be invalidated,” writes ScotusBlog.com’s Tom Goldstein.
Like everyone else, the White House is waiting with bated breath to see whether the highest court in the land rules in favor of or against President Obama’s signature healthcare law.
At a press conference Wednesday, Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-Calif.) warned that another 5-4 decision from the Supreme Court will only confirm a growing belief that the Justices are swayed by their own political views as opposed to their promise to uphold the Constitution. “Probably the worst outcome we could see is a 5-4 decision. Because [...]
By Luke Vargas Meeting with reporters in Washington Monday after the Supreme Court’s ruling on Arizona’s SB 1070 immigration law, the ACLU and a handful of civil liberties groups voiced a mixture of pleasure and disappointment, but maintained that their efforts to oppose the law and its counterparts across the nation is only beginning. The [...]
As expected, Monday’s Supreme Court ruling on Arizona’s SB 1070 immigration law sparked a back-and-forth between the White House and the Romney campaign.
Arkady Faktorovich, a representative for Tea Party Patriots, denounced the idea that poverty exists in American Monday, calling it, “a myth.” As an immigrant from the former Soviet Union, Faktorovich explained that even in America’s projects, poverty does not exists since denizens in low-income housing receive government funding when unemployed. “There is a myth that [...]