Three federal courts of appeals have issued different rulings on the constitutionality of all or parts of the Affordable Care Act. Organizations supporting or opposing the various rulings, including the Obama Administration, in recent days have petitioned the Supreme Court to take up the issue, with a ruling expected by early summer of 2012.

In a Health Affairs blog, Timothy Jost, a professor at Washington and Lee University School of Law, lays out how each appeals court decided various issues of the reform law, and the arguments being made by Supreme Court petitioners.

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