Following this issue as closely as I can. (Note to self: You won’t be better informed by listening to a recording of court proceedings, because hearing the justices citing every article/section and court ruling known to law makes you sleepy. There’s a reason you aren’t studying constitutional law.)
Along with the CNN news article above, here are a few others:
Interesting opinion by one Ronald Dworkin, not just on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, but why challenging it is wrong.
Pew Poll findings on how the hearings have shaped public perception of both the law and the court with most “reaching for a middle ground.” (Polling will always sort of mess with my head.)
Talking Points Memo (politico blog) discusses the Supreme Court Justices’ struggle with key health care policy points and reveal a misunderstanding of insurance markets— which, scarily, could skew the ruling.
(Currently looking for a reliably conservative and interesting blog/article to post the counterargument.)