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Supreme Court Cases Under Review (i.e., Cert. Granted)

 
 

A.   Cases Under Review (i.e., cert. granted)

          1.  Decisions below (identical for all three appeals granted):

               a.  Florida v. HHS, 716 F.Supp.2d 1120 (N.D.Fla. 2010) (on motion to dismiss).

               b.  Florida v. HHS, 780 F.Supp.2d 1256 (N.D. Fla. 2011) (on motions for summary judgment).

               c.  Florida v. HHS, 648 F.3d 1235 (11th Cir. 2011).

          2.  Petitions for cert. (Private and State Petitioners) (11-400, 11-393)

               a. Florida v. Dep’t of Health and Human Services (11-400).

               b.  National Federation of Ind. Business v. Sebelius (11-393).

               c.  U.S.’ brief in response (11-400, 11-393).

               d.  Reply of State Petitioners (11-400).

         3.  Petitions for cert. (US) (11-398)

               a.  Dep’t of Health and Human Services v. Florida (11-398).

               b.  Brief in response for State Respondents.

               c. Brief in response for Private Respondents.

               d.  Reply Brief of United States.

         4.  U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) Grant Order: grants cert. in 11-393, 11-398, and 11-400.

         5. 
Docket sheets for 11-393, 11-398, 11-400
             (provides list of all filings and actions court has taken with respect to each case and provides a link to questions presented).

         6.    
Briefs (organized by issue):

             a.   Severability (11-393 and 11-400)

                 (i)  SCOTUS amici appointment order (11/18/11)

                 (ii) Merit stage briefs

                     (a)  Brief for Private Petitioners on severability (filed 1/6/12).

                     (b)  Brief for State Petitioners on severability (filed 1/6/12).

     (c) Brief for United States on severability (filed 1/6/12).

     (d) Brief of H. Bartow Farrcourt-appointed amicus curiae (filed 2/17/12).

                 (iii)  Amicus briefs

                     (a)  Brief of AHIP and BCBSA (filed 1/6/12).

                     (b)  Brief of AHA (filed 1/6/12).

                     (c)  Brief of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (filed 1/12).

                     (d)  Brief of American Center for Law and Justice and 117 members of Congress (filed 1/6/12).

                     (e)  Brief of members of US Senate (filed 1/6/12).

     (f) Brief of American Academy of Actuaries on severability (filed 1/12).

     (g) Brief of California, et. al on severability (filed 1/12).

     (h) Brief of AARP, et. al on severability (filed 1/12).

     (i) Brief of American Benefits Council on severability (filed 1/27/12).

              b.  Minimum Coverage Provision (11-398)

                  (i)  Merit stage briefs

                      (a)  Brief of US (filed 1/6/12).

      (b) Brief of State Respondents (filed 2/6/12).

      (c) Brief of Private Respondents (filed 2/6/12)

                  (ii)  Amicus briefs

                      (a)  Brief of AARP in support of minimum coverage provision (filed 12/22/11).

                      (b)  Brief of Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and Congressional leaders in support of minimum coverage provision (filed 1/13/12).

                      (c) 
Brief of AHA in support of minimum coverage provision (filed 1/13/12).

                      (d)  Brief of BCBSMA in support of minimum coverage provision (filed 1/13/12).

                      (e) Brief of American Nurses Ass’n, et. al in support of minimum coverage provision (filed 1/12).

                      (f) Brief of States of Maryland, et. al in support of minimum coverage provision (filed 1/12).

                      (g) Brief of Massachusetts, et. al in support of minimum coverage provision (filed 1/12).

                      (h)  Brief of Governor of Washington in support of minimum coverage provision (filed 1/12).

      (i) Brief of Cato Institute, et. al against the minimum coverage provision (filed 2/13/12).

      (j) Brief of America College of Pediatricians, et. al against the minimum coverage provision (filed 2/12).

      (k) Brief of John Boehner against the minimum coverage provision (filed 2/13/12).

      (l) Brief of members of U.S. Senate against the minimum coverage provision (filed 2/13/12).

      (m) Brief of the Attorney General of Virginia against the minimum coverage provision (filed 2/13/12).

              c.  Anti-Injunction Act (11-398)

                 (i)  SCOTUS amici appointment order (11/18/11)                

 (ii)  Merit stage briefs

                     (a)  Brief of Robert Long--court-appointed amicus curiae (filed 1/6/12).

     (b) Brief of United States (filed 2/12).

     (c) Brief of State Respondents (filed 2/6/12).

     (d) Brief of Private Respondents (filed 2/6/12).

     (e) Reply Brief of United States (filed 2/27/12).

     (f) Reply Brief of State Respondents (filed 2/27/12).

     (g) Reply Brief of Private Respondents (filed 2/27/12).

                 (iii)  Amicus briefs

     (a) Brief of Cato Institute against AIA preclusion (filed 2/12).

     (b) Brief of State Chambers of Commerce against AIA preclusion (filed 2/13/12).

             d.  Medicaid provisions (11-400)

                 (i)  Merit stage briefs

                    (a)  Brief of State Petitioners (filed 1/10/12).

    (b) Brief of United States (filed 2/12).

                (ii)  Amicus briefs

    (a) Brief of AHA in support of Medicaid expansion (filed 2/17/12).

    (b) Brief of Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi in support of Medicaid expansion (filed 2/17/12).

    (c) Brief of Oregon, Vermont, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Mexico, and New York, and the Governor of Washington in support of Medicaid expansion (filed 2/17/12).

    (d) Brief of Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, et. al against Medicaid expansion (filed 1/12).

    (e) Brief of Association of American Physicians and Surgeons against Medicaid expansion (filed 1/12).

7.  Charts of key dates:

             a.  Chronologically.

             b.  By issue and chronologically within each issue.

 

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