Atlanta – Next week is huge for the 26-state coalition challenging the constitutionality of the Obama administration’s Patient Protection and Affordability Act, and Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens will be among the handful of people in Washington on Monday at the U.S. Supreme Court hearing.
On Thursday, Olens updated attendees at a Georgia Public Policy Foundation Leadership Breakfast on the litigation. To view his videotaped speech on the Foundation’s YouTube channel, click here. To watch Foundation Senior Fellow Ronald E. Bachman discuss state-focused solutions during the same event, click here. And click here to read Bachman’s commentary on Georgia reforms released today: “It’s Not Too Late for Georgia Health Reform.” And to read more health care solutions published by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, click here.
The U.S. Supreme Court will not break its longstanding policy against live broadcasts of its proceedings. So you can join the pundits, politicians, policy-makers and other citizens on Monday through Wednesday following the traditional media coverage. Or you can follow the Foundation’s recommended links to keep you up to speed from a free-market, limited-government, state-based perspective:
- For a schedule of the three days of oral arguments in the case (provided by the Washington Examiner) click here.
- For ongoing coverage each day, go to PPACAction.com, a new microsite from our sister think tank, the Texas Public Policy Foundation. It will provide a daily preview of that day’s argument plus a synopsis of major news coverage; a recap of the day’s argument plus a special daily edition of “Texas PolicyCast,” with audio excerpts from the courtroom and expert analysis; real-time analysis; links to research, and TPPF’s three amicus briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court in this case.
- The Heritage Foundation has outlined the impacts on Americans if the federal health care law is implemented. Click here to learn more.
- The Cato Institute has a wealth of coverage, from analyses to testimony to briefs, here: www.cato.org/universal-health-care.
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