Supreme Court Justices Vote
WASHINGTON (AP) - There are nine people who are learning which way the Supreme Court is likely to vote on health care -- the justices themselves.
Today's the day they meet for the initial vote that will then bring the assignments for the writing of opinions on the case -- opinions that will be sent back and forth, possibly changing some minds before the ruling
comes down, probably in early summer.
The justices have seen thousands of pages of legal paper and this week heard three days of oral arguments.
Vice President Joe Biden says he's confident the Supreme Court will uphold the constitutionality of the health care law.
Biden says in an interview taped for CBS's "Face the Nation" that "we think the mandate and the law are constitutional and we think the court will rule that way."
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