The Supreme Court on Monday announced it would hear oral arguments on the Affordable Care Act for five and a half hours spread over three days from March 26 to 28. The court said it will allot one hour of arguments on March 26 to study whether legal challenges on the mandate must wait until the law takes full effect in 2014. A two-hour argument on March 27 is set to discuss the law's constitutionality, while a 90-minute argument on March 28 will mull whether other parts of the law will survive if the mandate is struck down.
High court finalizes dates of oral arguments on health care law
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