The Supreme Court is expected to rule today on the constitutionality of President Obama's health care law. Once a ruling is issued, watch CNN.com Live for reaction and fallout to the decision.
Today's programming highlights...
9:00 am ET - Anti-health care law rally - The Supreme Court will be the place to be today because of the health care ruling. Before the ruling is announced, conservative groups opposed to the Affordable Care Act will stage rally outside the Court.
10:00 am ET (est.) - Health care ruling revealed
10:30 am ET - Health care ruling reaction - Many lawmakers, activist groups and others will make their feelings known about the Supreme Court ruling today. Among those scheduled to speak are the Tea Party Patriots at 10:30 am ET, the Congressional Progressive Caucus at 11:00 am ET, Mitt Romney and Families USA at 12:00 pm ET, Sen. John Kerry at 12:30 pm ET, and Florida's attorney general at 1:00 pm ET.
12:00 pm ET - Eric Holder contempt debate - The House will begin discussion on whether Attorney General Eric Holder should be held in contempt of Congress. A vote is expected around 4:30 pm ET.
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What about the "born again health nuts" who have suddenly decided it was wise to clean up their act?
The ones who led a "risky life style" before, but had an epiphany one day, thinking "hey, maybe this isn't such a great idea"?
The crack-heads, the alkies, the junkies, and the like?
Do their insurance premiums go DOWN then?
Slippery slope here.
And i bet its real hard livin on perfection mountain these days. Particularly since its on fire.
Or born again brains that are showing signs of atrophy in some scientific studies.
lol @ dazzle, good one sista!
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