The Supreme Court will hear arguments on the constitutionality of aspects of the Affordable Care Act on March 26, 27, and 28.
SCOTUSblog has the breakdown of what will be argued on each of the three days:*
On Monday, March 26, the Court will hear one hour of argument on whether challenges to the individual insurance mandate are barred by the federal Anti-Injunction Act. On Tuesday, March 27, the Court will hear two hours of argument on the constitutionality of the individual insurance mandate. And on Wednesday, March 28, the Court will hear 90 minutes of argument in the morning on the question of whether any of the ACA, or some parts of it, could survive if the Court were to strike down the individual insurance mandate, followed in the afternoon by one hour of argument on the constitutionality of the new law’s expansion of the federal Medicaid program for the poor and disabled.