Health Care Case Could Define Roberts’ Legacy

U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr will begin presiding over an extraordinary three days of arguments in late March that will determine the fate of President Obama’s sweeping health care law. The case will also shape, if not define, Chief Justice Roberts’ legacy. The New York Times looks at the options Roberts will be weighing. Working on the case against the president’s health care overhaul is former Solicitor General Paul D. Clement, a law school classmate of Barack Obama. Clement used to argue for the federal government's power -- until he started arguing against it. The News Sentinel tells this story.

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