- The Supreme Court may or may not give President Obama's healthcare headline-bait a pass, but the IRS is still getting $500 million smackers to enforce the law.
- Two of the five members of Mitt Romney's Health Care Policy Advisory Group are on record opposing his Massachusetts health care reform scheme.
- In Washington state, the Supreme Court says police need a warrant before searching a car after an arrest. The U.S. Supreme Court already ruled that, after arrest, prisoners can be stripped naked and searched, so there's a little something for everybody.
- In the Trayvon Martin case, special prosecutor Angela Corey will decide on her own, without a grand jury, whether to file charges against George Zimmerman.
- A bill that would have ended the requirement that Kentucky's telephone companies offer everybody landline service is dead for this year. Landline service? Really?
- Syrian troops are summarily executing rebels and civilians, reports Human Rights Watch.
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