- Jun 28, 2012
A) In case you didn’t hear (or you were watching CNN and turned your TV off too quickly), the Supreme Court upheld President Obama’s health care law. Yahoo! News.
B) Here’s the other ruling the Supreme Court made today, one that protects a citizen’s right to lie about military accolades. ABC News.
C) Another law student in one of New York Times journalist David Segal’s stories is mired in controversy. This time, it’s for murder. Above the Law.
D) Physicists at the Brookhaven National Laboratory have produced a temperature of 7.2 trillion degrees. That’s almost as hot as the current heat wave in the Midwest. Los Angeles Times.
E) Here are some very internet-y reactions to the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Obama’s health care plan. BuzzFeed.
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