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Welcome back everybody breaking news -- two of arguments in front of the US Supreme Court with regard to the health care system president Obama's health care law and in particular today.
That mandate that individuals most individuals must have health care insurance it's a fascinating day of argument Cisco back now -- -- outside the Supreme Court not very don't either bonds -- Actually more reaction now from -- hearing today with senator likely Republican of Utah who is not only a lawyer but he clerked for Justice Alito back in the day so senator what did you think about the arguments it's a very lively argument first to our argument I've seen in one case in one sitting.
And -- active questioning -- from the bench.
Based on the questions from the bench I I I I am predicting that.
Is likely to be a 54 ruling in this case I tend to think it's a 54 ruling holding that the individual mandate is unconstitutional so you were watching.
The Justice Kennedy very closely -- that what you're basing your decision on -- yes yes -- predicted previous to this that based on their prior writings.
Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Scalia.
Justice Thomas and Justice Alito weren't likely to conclude that the individual mandate was unconstitutional.
And that possibly that -- could also include Justice Kennedy.
Today from his questions from the bench from his reactions to the question for them benches body language is facial expressions.
IE I sense the Justice Kennedy.
Is very skeptical of the government's argument that this is a proper exercise of commerce Congress's power -- the commerce clause buried rather -- Probably bounced back to congress -- and if that's the case but senator Lee thanks for joining us today for your reaction they Q okay.
Ashley back to Peter thank you very much again fascinating stuff as we -- -- truck -- go through these comments made by the just isn't trying get some sort of clue as to which way.
They Ali Nichols will be covering the sort out the day in and day three tomorrow.
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