In anticipation of the Supreme Court’s ruling—expected any day now—has news organizations making predictions about what will happen. The following are various snippets that published this week. From The Wall Street Journal’s Capital Journal, “A ruling striking down all or part of the law—which is what conventional wisdom anticipates—would be bad news for the Democrats who championed the legislation. What’s less appreciated is that a negative ruling also would create new and distinct challenges for Republicans.” “In an election year, the political stakes are high on an issue which, many polls show, has divided the nation,” from Reuters. “The business community is urging Congress not to rush into any decisions after the Supreme Court rules on President Barack Obama’s health care reform law—warning that it already has enough economic turmoil on its hands,” from Politico Pro.

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