Officials from 14 states have gone to court to block the historic overhaul of the U.S. health care system that President Obama signed into law Tuesday, arguing the law’s requirement that individuals buy health insurance violates the Constitution.
Washington Post (Washington, DC)
Hours after President Obama signed sweeping health-care legislation into law Tuesday, the Senate began a debate on another piece of the package, giving Republicans one last chance to alter the bill before it begins to transform insurance coverage for millions of Americans.
Miami Herald (Miami, FL)
Former Florida House Speaker Marco Rubio misspent donations to the Republican Party of Florida and his political committees “to subsidize his lifestyle,” according to a sweeping complaint filed with the Florida Commission on Ethics.
The Day (New London, CT)
A self-proclaimed “tea party Democrat” says he will announce plans to seek the Democratic nomination for Connecticut’s U.S. Senate seat.