President Barack Obama talks on the phone with Solicitor General Donald Verrilli in the Oval Office, after learning of the Supreme Court decision.
In Case You Missed It
Here are some of the top stories from the White House blog:
Supreme Court Upholds President Obama's Health Care Reform
The Supreme Court upholds the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act – the health reform law President Obama signed two years ago, ensuring hard-working, middle class families will get the security they deserve and protecting every American from the worst insurance company abuses.
Natoma Canfield's Letter to President Obama
During the fight for health care reform, Natoma's letter reminded the President of all the Americans, all across the country, who have had to worry not only about getting sick, but about the cost of getting well.
White House Office Hours: The Affordable Care Act
Do you have questions about what the Affordable Care Act means for you and your family? In case you missed yesterday's office hours, read the conversation with Deputy Assistant to the President for Health Policy Jeanne Lambrew here.
The Glover Report: Will Anthony Brown Look Out for Black People?
My question: What did you get for your support? Another question: Given the high level of advocacy of a then-Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele – a black Republican, has Brown spoken up for African Americans in a similar fashion since he’s been Lieutenant Governor? Read in Full >>
NEWS UPDATE: Greater Baltimore Community Meetings :: June 4th (Woodlawn) and June 13th (Sandtown)
* Tuesday, June 4, 2013
7 to 9 pm
Woodlawn Community Center
2120 Gwynn Oak Avenue
Gwynn Oak, MD 21207
* Thursday, June 13, 2013 Read in Full >>
7 to 9 pm
Sharon Baptist Church
1373 North Stricker Street
Baltimore, MD 21217
The Glover Report: It's Election Time!
Whether it's Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta - wherever, black people have to come to better understand a Delegate from a state Senator and a state Senator from a US Senator. We have to understand what the local Council does, what the state assembly does, and what is done in Congress. We also have to understand the legislation they write and who it impacts. Classic example: prisons. Somebody is voting for more and more prisons. My issue is that too many people who look just like me keep filling these cells. Currently, America has the Gold! It incarcerates 25% of the world's inmates, 40% who are black and male ... like me.
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