President Obama's Affordable Health Care Act has received mixed reviews from appellate courts, and the US Supreme Court has agreed to pass judgment by June of next year. That's before either Republicans or Democrats will have nominated their presidential candidates, and two individual Supreme Court justices are now the subjects of political scrutiny. What are the possible consequences for the White House, Congress and insurance coverage for tens of millions of Americans? We look at the range of potential options.
Health Care Reform Will Go to the Supreme Court
Robert Barnes - Supreme Court correspondent for the Washington Post - @scotusreporter, Dan Schnur - professor at USC, UC Berkeley and Pepperdine - @danschnur, Uwe Reinhardt - Princeton University - @uwejreinhardt, Thomas Miller - American Enterprise Institute - @AEI