GW Law Faculty Media Appearances Regarding the Affordable Care Act
PBS NewsHour . July 5, 2012
Neil Buchanan discusses the arguments that are brewing at the state level over the ACA's Medicaid expansion.
WAMU: The Diane Rehm Show . June 28, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen provides analysis of the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act.
The New York Times . June 28, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum discusses the uncertainty of the ACA's Medicare expansion after the Supreme Court's ruling.
The National Law Journal . June 28, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen on John Robert's unexpected ruling on the Affordable Care Act.
Miami Herald . June 28, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen discusses the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act.
The Washington Post . June 28, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen claims that Chief Justice Roberts' decision is in keeping with his legal outlook.
The Kansas City Star . June 28, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen discusses John Roberts' decision in the Affordable Care Act case.
The Guardian . June 28, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum explains the decision and how it will affect insurance and other health law policy in her article, "A Landmark in the History of U.S. Constitutional Law."
NPR's "All Things Considered" . June 28, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen speaks about Chief Justice John G. Roberts's bipartisanship in his analysis and surprise ruling of the ACA.
Washington Post's "Wonkblog" . June 28, 2012
Orin Kerr argues that Justice Roberts was really "on the conservative side of the controversial issues" in today's ruling.
MSNBC . June 28, 2012
Jonathan Turley analyzes the decision, Justice Roberts's role, the public's opinion of the Court, states rights, and more.
MSNBC . June 27, 2012
Jonathan Turley offers commentary just before the Supreme Court rules on the Affordable Care Act.
The New Republic . June 26, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen claims that the Supreme Court's ruling on Arizona's immigration laws could be viewed as a model for their upcoming vote on the Affordable Care Act.
MSNBC . June 25, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses possible outcomes of the Affordable Care Act by the Supreme Court.
The Washington Post's "Wonkblog" . June 25, 2012
Orin Kerr on how possible \future Republican-nominated Supreme Court Justice candidates voted in the lower courts on the health care case.
NBC Nightly News . June 24, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum discusses the decision of some major insurers to keep certain provisions of the ACA, even if the Court strikes them down.
The Washington Post . June 22, 2012
Jonathan Turley makes a case for increasing the size of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Journal . June 21, 2012
Orin Kerr speculates on the possible outcomes of the Affordable Care Act.
Washington Post . June 20, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum discusses how the future of Medicaid could be affected by the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act.
WTTG News . June 19, 2012
John Banzhaf says the Supreme Court will not allow cameras into chambers for their decision on the Affordable Care Act.
NPR . June 11, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen believes striking down the Health Care Act would go against decades of judicial deference to Congress' economic legislation.
NPR . May 31, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen discusses possible Supreme Court rulings on healthcare reform.
Huffington Post . April 06, 2012
Alan Morrison writes the op-ed "Litigation Choices Matter: The Affordable Care Act Example."
The Washington Times . April 4, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen discusses President Obama's softening attack on the Supreme Court's impending health care decision.
The Washington Times . April 2, 2012
Jonathan Turley discusses why the Supreme Court looked to the future during the health care law debate.
TIME . April 2, 2012
Orin Kerr discusses why the health care case may stand on Justice Kennedy's swing vote.
The Washington Post . March 30, 2012
Orin Kerr on the Supreme Court's upcoming health care vote.
NPR . March 28, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum comments in the article "Supreme Court's Medicaid Decision Could Reach Far Beyond Health Care."
The National Law Journal . March 27, 2012
Alan Morrison comments in the article "On health care's first day, jurisdiction argument fails to stop the show."
Mother Jones . March 27, 2012
Orin Kerr is quoted in an article about the Supreme Court and President Obama's health care plan.
Res Ipsa Loquitur/JonathanTurley.org and "Countdown with Keith Olberman" . March 27, 2012
Students in Jonathan Turley's Supreme Court Seminar voted yesterday on the individual mandate provision and recusal concerns; Professor Turley talks about their deliberation and vote on "Countdown" (video at link).
The Guardian cross-posts Res Ipsa Loquitur/Jonathan Turley.org . March 27, 2012
Jonathan Turley writes, "The Supreme Court Asks, 'Are There Any Limits?'"
The Volokh Conspiracy . March 26, 2012
Orin Kerr pens, "Is the Individual Mandate Really a Mandate?"
C-SPAN . March 26, 2012
Jonathan Turley and NYLS Professor James Simon discuss the makeup of the current and past Supreme Courts, analyze constitutional law issues behind this case, and take questions from callers.
The Takeaway . March 26, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen explains what is at stake on The Takeaway.
20th & H - the Dean's Blog and The Washington Post . March 26, 2012
GW Law alumnus Michael Carvin, J.D. ’82, is one of the attorneys arguing before the High Court this week. Carvin, a Partner at Jones Day, is representing the National Federation of Independent Business in challenging the law.
Bloomberg . March 26, 2012
Alan Morrison filed an amicus brief arguing the Supreme Court should apply the Anti-Injunction Act and throw out the challenge.
WTOP . March 26, 2012
Listen to Jonathan Turley on this case's potential far-reaching impacts. "The real, major question is not the end of national health care legislation, but the means and whether the federal government has stepped beyond their authority. For states' rights advocates, for federalism advocates, this is really the Alamo."
GW Today . March 26, 2012
"Health Reform Before the U.S. Supreme Court"
GW health policy expert Sara Rosenbaum offers her insight on one of the biggest cases to reach the bench in decades.
Mother Jones . March 26, 2012
Mother Jones cites Orin Kerr's previous prediction of how the Court will rule on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.
The Washington Post . March 25, 2012
Jeffrey Rosen writes the editorial, “What’s Going to Happen During 3 Days of Arguments on Health Care?”
Detroit Free Press . March 25, 2012
Sara Rosenbaum on self-insuring claims today and in the past.
GW Law . March 23, 2012
GW Faculty Offer Health Law and Policy Expertise on Historic Supreme Court Case
In a recent GW roundtable discussion with healthcare law and policy experts, Peter Smith and Sara Rosenbaum offered insight and analysis on a significant health law case that will be heard before the Supreme Court over three days, beginning on Monday, March 26.