The DC Court of Appeals has ruled that the individual mandate in the health reform law is constitutional. The three judges were split -- a Carter appointee joined a Reagan appointee in upholding the law, whereas a Bush I appointee voted against. The Reagan appointee wrote for the majority. To read about the decision, check out Politico, the Wall Street Journal, or the Hill.
The Supreme Court is expected this week to decide which of the challenges to the health reform law it will hear. Jennifer