- 90 Minutes-Whether the entire health care law should be terminated if the "Individual Mandate" is ruled unconstitutional.
- 120 Minutes-Did Congress have the power under Article 1 of the Constitution to enact the Affordable Care Act? (Article 1 regulates interstate commerce and other laws under Congressional Authority they are able to pass)
- 60 Minutes-determine if the Supreme Court should rule on whether the individual Mandate Penalty constitutes a tax. This would thereby trigger a federal statute called the anti-injunction act. They may not be able to rule on this as there hasn't been any tax levied since this provision doesn't go into effect until 2014 (This is required under the anti-injunction act)
- 60 Minutes-Determining the Constitutionality of Congress allowing the Federal Government to allow states to gain funding based on their participation in the Laws Health Care Reforms.
Monday, November 14, 2011
The US Supreme Court announced that it will hear over 5 hours of oral argument regarding the legality of certain provisions under the health care law (PPACA). In particular below is the allotted times for each argument to be heard: