The U.S. Supreme Court announced four decisions on Thursday, making it likely that it will release its opinion on the constitutionality of President Obama’s national health care law next week.
As of now, next Monday is the last remaining day scheduled for justices to release opinions this term and five decisions remain, including health care. The Supreme Court could also schedule additional days for releasing opinions, so it may not come out on Monday, but is likely to be released some time next week.
Here are the five remaining cases that need to be decided, in the order that they were argued, which doesn’t determine when the decisions are announced. (Updated from ACA Litigation Blog.)
First American Financial Corp. v. Edwards (argued November 28)
United States v. Alvarez (argued February 22)
Miller v. Alabama and Jackson v. Hobbs (argued March 20)
HHS v. Florida, Florida v. HHS, and NFIB v. Sebelius (March 26-28)
Arizona v. United States (argued April 25)