FROM THE BLOGS:
A bad day for Obamacare’s supporters
Ezra Klein writes that oral arguments at the Supreme Court Tuesday didn't seem to go well for backers of the Affordable Care Act.
The argument is done
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy had the most important question during Tuesday's oral arguments, according to Tom Goldstein at SCOTUSBlog.
Signs the Santorum campaign is over
Naom Scheiber of The New Republic sees indications that Rick Santorum's presidential campaign is coming to an end.
Ed Whelan at National Review's Bench Memos blog doesn't have a read as a result of listening to the oral arguments.
OTHER NEWS SOURCES:
Rough day for Obama health law: Kennedy among mandate skeptics
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy, the likely deciding vote on the constitutionality of the Obama administration's healthcare reform law, indicated strong skepticism during oral arguments on Tuesday, according to The Hill's Sam Baker.
As Marco Rubio dismisses VP chatter, he looks to be preparing for job
Even as Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) says he won't be on the 2012 Republican presidential ticket, he seems to be taking steps in anticipation of being picked by the GOP nominee, report Adam C. Smith and Alex Leary of the Tampa Bay Times.