Top of the Hour: Supreme Court Health Care Hearings Final Day, Morning Headlines

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Lawyers on both sides of the health care debate have one final day of hearings to argue their case before the Supreme Court today. In other headlines, Newt Gingrich has asked his campaign manager to resign, laid off about a third of his staff, and reshuffled his campaign schedule; a "medical situation" involving the pilot of a cross-continental flight forced a JetBlue emergency landing in Texas; and former Cuban President Fidel Castro meets with Pope Benedict the 16th later today.

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India LeCarre

If we allow he extreme right-wing of the Republican party to overturn the Affordable Care Act, we may never have what every other civilized country has taken for granted: Health care for all its citizens. This is truly an outrage. How many thousands will die as the result of the decision of five wealthy men playing politics?

Mar. 28 2012 09:13 AM

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