I figured I'd post a thread to encourage comments on the upcoming arguments for and against the Affordable Care Act. Here are some materials to start us off. Please feel free to add more. Please note, though - this thread is about a Supreme Court decision. It's not simple, it's not able to be summarized in one convenient soundbite. If you are tldr about this stuff, and things get hot, it's not because I (and presumably others to follow) didn't give you enough to read to understand the basics from both sides. Caveat lector.
Ari Shapiro gives a high level view of the issues that will be discussed.
Here's a Q&A about the Act.
WaPo's Ezra Klein on the similarity between Republican healthcare proposals and the ACA. "Ryan's budget and the path to single payer health care."
George F. Will on "Obamacare's Contract Problem".
Profiles of the two lawyers who will plead the case in the extraordinary three day session: Paul Clement against, and Don Verrilli supporting it.
Michel Martin and Neal Katyal, former Acting Solicitor General of the US, who has defended the ACA in court, discuss the Act.
Earlier, Michel Martin spoke with Michael Cannon of the Cato Institute on the question "Is Health Care Law a 'Breathtaking Assertion' of Power?"