Oral Arguments On Health Care Reform Longest In 45 Years

The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments on President Obama’s health care reform law over the next three days, for a total of six hours – its longest in 45 years. Buffalo News has a great run down of some of the previous cases that received the longest oral arguments, including:

Arizona v. California: 16 hours, three minutes on Jan. 8-11, 1962.

United States v. Louisiana: 13 hours and 32 minutes on Oct. 12-15, 1956. 

Brown v. Board of Education II: 13 hours, 25 minutes on April 11-14, 1955. 

Re-argument of Griffin v. Maryland and consolidated cases: Nine hours and 45 minutes on Oct. 14-15, 1963.

Permian Basin Area Rate Cases: Eight hours on Dec. 5-7, 1967. 

 

 

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