Healthcare ruling cloaked in secrecy spurs guessing game
from Bloomberg Businessweek
In the next two weeks, John Roberts will sit in his high-backed, black leather chair in the U.S. Supreme Court's marble courtroom and tell a hushed crowd that the justices are about to rule on health care. It will be the most dramatic moment in Roberts' seven years as chief justice and one of the biggest for Barack Obama as president. Greg Stohr reviews the possible decisions the high court could make and their possible implications.
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