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Google Maps Street View's July 2009 image of the U. S. Supreme Court, looking east from First Street, N.E. and Maryland Avenue, N.E., across from the U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.
In a week of stories re Obamacare and SCOTUS predictions, Dan Diamond at Forbes.com has the most useful essay of all in detailing how one of the cornerstones of U.S. govt. is also one of the most archaic and least-transparent: "The Bizarre Way That Millions of Americans, and Even Obama, Will Get the ObamaCare Verdict"
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The Bizarre Way That Millions of Americans, and Even Obama, Will Get the ObamaCare Verdict
Dan Diamond, Contributor
June 27, 2012
At about 10:10 a.m. on Thursday, an 81-year-old reporter will pick up a printed sheaf of papers, quickly scan them for a few key phrases, rush to relay the details by phone to his editor, who will then type several choice words out on a live blog.
Yes – this is how we find out Supreme Court decisions in the United States in the year 2012. Even for the Affordable Care Act.
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