News bites: Obama wears 'brave face' ahead of court decision, and more

The New York Times looks at what healthcare reform means for President Obama and how the Supreme Court's decision will affect his legacy.

Democrats have been slow to grasp the law's vulnerabilities, the Times reports.

More than 50 people at the Supreme Court likely know what the case's outcome will be — but don't expect anyone to leak. The Associated Press has more.

Valerie Jarrett says the White House "will be prepared" for the ruling, Politico reports.

The decision will begin a new round of conflicts and debates, McClatchy reports.

The Treasury Department proposed new rules Friday to shield hospital patients from abusive debt collection practices. McClatchy has more.

Minneapolis-St. Paul has ranked No. 1 on the American Fitness Index for two years in a row, Reuters reports, while Washington, D.C., is one of the top five healthiest metro areas.

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