Anti-Obamacare Protesters Speak Out

In today's link roundup: Here's what conservatives had to say outside the Supreme Court this week. Plus: Is Allen Iverson's divorce off?


Anti-Obamacare protesters, in their own words: Slate's David Weigel visited the protesters outside the Supreme Court to hear what they had to say about their opposition to the health care law being debated inside.

Could health care work without the individual mandate? The Washington Post asks: If the Supreme Court were to invalidate the 2010 health care law's requirement that virtually all Americans obtain insurance, would the rest of the law become unworkable?

Is Allen Iverson's divorce off? According to TMZ, the former NBA great is trying to stop the legal action, saying that he and his estranged wife, Tawanna, have reconciled, making her divorce petition null and void.

Chaka Khan and other celebs pay tribute to Trayvon: Singer Chaka Khan was joined by friends Kelly Price, Eric Benét, Eva Pigford, Kenny Latimore, Terry Crews, Angela Bassett, Kimberly Elise and Loretta Devine in the creation of this video to honor slain teen Trayvon Martin. Watch it at the Hollywood Reporter.

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