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Courts issue conflicting rulings on ObamaCare subsidies

Attorney Arthur Aidala and FNC legal analyst Lis Wiehl on illegal immigration and the conflicting court rulings on the legality of the Affordable Care Act’s subsidies.

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  1. U.S. top court reviews Comcast, Amgen class actions

    The U.S. Supreme Court considered appeals by Comcast Corp and Amgen Inc that could help determine what kind of evidence must be presented before companies may be the...

  2. Comcast Case Prompts Frustration at U.S. Supreme Court

    Comcast Corp.'s (CMCSA, CMCSK) challenge to an antitrust lawsuit by Philadelphia-area cable subscribers provoked frustration at the U.S. Supreme Court Monday, as som...

  3. Supreme Court weighs protection against gray market imports

    Several justices on the U.S. Supreme Court voiced concern on Monday about letting U.S. copyright holders block the resale inside the country of products they make el...

  4. U.S. Supreme Court Grapples With Copyright Law and the Resale Trade

    Libraries, art museums and used Toyotas were at the center of the U.S. Supreme Court's concerns Monday in a case examining whether consumers and companies violate U....

  5. Supreme Court Upholds ObamaCare

    After months of speculation, the Supreme Court upheld the president's signature health-care reform Thursday. In a 5-4 decision, the country's highest court ruled the...

  6. The Fine Line of Enforcing Immigration Laws

    Political analyst Carl Jeffers on the enforcement of Arizona’s immigration law.

  7. Health-Care Hearing Wrap

    FBN's Rich Edson and Peter Barnes break down issues facing the health-care law over three days in the Supreme Court.

  8. Does the Math Behind the Health-Care Law Add Up?

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs breaks down the Administration’s math behind its estimated costs of the health-care law.

  9. Supreme Court Divided on Health-Insurance Mandate

    The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared closely divided along ideological lines over whether Congress had the power to require most people in the United States to...

  10. Judicial Watch’s ‘Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians’ for 2011

    Judicial Watch Director of Investigations and Research Chris Farrell on the politicians Judicial Watch considers the most corrupt of the year.

  11. Robocalling Case Makes it to Supreme Court

    FBN's Rich Edson on the case against Robocalling being heard in the Supreme Court today, and the argument about whether the case is too small for the high court.

  12. US Supreme Court Questions Barring Of Suit Over Bayer Cholesterol Drug

    WASHINGTON -(Dow Jones)- The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday questioned a federal judge's decision to bar a group of West Virginia plaintiffs from proceeding with a cl...

  1. Big Business vs. Customers: Supreme Court Weighs In

    In a series of rulings this year, the U.S. Supreme Court has steered a consistent course against consumers or small businesses that want to bring class action lawsui...

  2. Supreme Court Rules for American Express

    The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that an arbitration agreement prevents merchants from bringing class action claims against American Express Co .The nine-mem...

  3. Supreme Court Sides With Monsanto on Patents

    The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that Monsanto Co. (MON) can use its patents to prevent farmers from planting later generations of genetically engineered seeds wi...

  4. U.S. Supreme Court Hears Case on Foreign-Tax Credits

    The Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared split on Wednesday whether utilities that paid a windfall tax in the United Kingdom can claim a foreign-tax credit on their U...

  5. Supreme Court Voices Skepticism of Challenge to Monsanto Patent Rights

    Several members of the U.S. Supreme Court voiced skepticism Tuesday about a farmer's challenge to the scope of Monsanto Co.'s (MON) patent rights on its Roundup Read...

  6. Stossel - 11/15/12

    Stossel and guests speculate on what President Obama's second term will be like

  7. Nike tells U.S. Supreme Court: Enough, Already

    Nike Inc urged the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday to make a lawsuit by a smaller rival go away with one big swoosh.Several justices appeared sympathetic to the spor...

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