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CLIP: Pending Supreme Court Cases


AIR DATE: Tuesday, May 26, 2015
OVERVIEW:

Kimberly Robinson talked about pending Supreme Court rulings on issues including same-sex marriage, health care subsidies, and lethal injection drugs.
 

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RESOURCES:
 

  • Supreme Court Oral Argument on State Recognition of Same-Sex Marriage (Video - 50 min)
    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Obergefell v. Hodges consolidated with three other same-sex marriage cases. The cases on the second question, Obergefell v. Hodges from Ohio and Tanco v. Haslam from Tennessee, concerned whether the 14th Amendment requires a state to recognize a same-sex marriage performed in another state.

     
  • Robert Barnes on Supreme Court Same-Sex Marriage Cases (Video - 6 min)
    Robert Barnes was interviewed by telephone about the cases concerning same-sex marriage

     
  • King v. Burwell Oral Argument (Video - 1.5 hrs)
    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in King v. Burwell. The case concerns the legality of the Internal Revenue Service extending tax-credit subsidies to health insurance plans sold through federally-administered exchanges as well as state-run exchanges. 
     
  • King v. Burwell Oral Argument (Video - 6 min)
    Slate.com Supreme Court reporter Dahlia Lithwick, participating by phone, reviewed previous day Supreme Court oral argument in the King v. Burwell case.
     

PEOPLE IN THIS VIDEO:
 

  • Kimberly Robinson
    Correspondent
    Bloomberg BNA->Supreme Court
KEYWORDS: Supreme Court, Health Care, Affordable Care Act, Same-Sex Marriage, Civil Liberties, Constitution, Judicial Process, Federalism