The Big Conversation:
Attorney General Greg Abbott delighted in an unexpectedly bruising day for the Obama administration at the Supreme Court on Tuesday.
On the second day of oral arguments over federal health care reform, the Supreme Court turned its focus to the portion of the Affordable Care Act that would require Americans to buy health insurance.
Though many legal experts expected Justice Anthony Kennedy, the court's swing vote, to side with the law's supporters, his questioning appeared to indicate otherwise.
“Can you create commerce in order to regulate it?” Kennedy asked at one point, adding, “You are ...