Court Asks, What Would Congress Want for Health Care Case?
He also ridiculed the idea that the court would pore over the entire bill to determine which lines would stay and which would go.
“Do you expect us to go through these 2,700 pages?” he exclaimed.
But several other justices, including Chief Justice John Roberts, questioned why wholly unrelated parts of the bill would need to be struck.
Scalia said, either way, “the Congressional process will never be the same. One way or another, Congress is going to have to reconsider this.”
Listen to today's oral arguments.
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