Tangled webs: Florida’s Rick Scott tries to take credit for economic improvements, Mitt Romney tells him to stop saying the economy is improving.
Related: 5 Reasons You Should Care About the Florida Voter Purge.
Also: How many voters realized that Republican victories in 2010 would mean the disenfranchisement of potentially millions of voters?
The Montana case that could lead to a second look at Citizens United.
No Supreme Court decision today on health care–so here’s more speculation on what the decision might be on the Affordable Care Act, and its aftermath.
A Florida doctor reports on what ACA is already doing.
If the decision is upheld, millions of people will get rebate checks from their insurance companies this summer.
The press focused on falsehoods and political attacks rather than substance when it covered the fight over affordable health care.
Anti-ACA groups spent $235 million on ads aimed at killing health care reform.
Court rules that thousands of school employees in Louisiana were fired illegally after Hurricane Katrina.
New bridge between Windsor and Detroit will be built by American workers with American steel.