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No. 11–182, Arizona et al.  v. United States

Argued April 25, 2012

            Paul D. Clement argued the cause for petitioners.  With him on the briefs were Viet D. Dinh, H. Christopher Bartolomucci, Joseph Sciarrotta Jr., John J. Bouma, Robert A. Henry, and Kelly Kszywienski.

            Solicitor General Verrilli argued the cause for the United States.  With him on the brief were Acting Assistant Attorney General Delery, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Brinkmann, William M. Jay, Mark B. Stern, Michael P. Abate, Benjamin M. Shultz, Daniel Tenny, Ivan K. Fong, and Harold Hongju Koh.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the State of Michigan et al. by Bill Schuette, Attorney General of Michigan, John J. Bursch, Solicitor General, B. Eric Restuccia, Deputy Solicitor General, and Mark G. Sands, Assistant Attorney General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: Luther Strange of Alabama, Pamela Jo Bondi of Florida, Samuel S. Olens of Georgia, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, Derek Schmidt of Kansas, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell of Louisiana, Jon Bruning of Nebraska, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, Linda L. Kelly of Pennsylvania, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, Marty J. Jackley of South Dakota, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II of Virginia, Darrell V. McGraw, Jr., of West Virginia, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; for the American Civil Rights Union by Peter Ferrara; for the American Unity Legal Defense Fund by Barnaby W. Zall and John J. Park, Jr.; for the Arizona Legislature by Peter A. Gentala and Gregrey G. Jernigan; for the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence et al. by John C. Eastman, Anthony T. Caso, Edwin Meese III, and Manuel S. Klausner; for the Eagle Forum Education & Legal Defense Fund by Lawrence J. Joseph; for the Landmark Legal Foundation by Richard P. Hutchison; for the Liberty Legal Foundation by Van R. Irion; for Members of Congress et al. by Jay Alan Sekulow, Stuart J. Roth, Colby M. May, Laura B. Hernandez, and Michael M. Hethmon; for the Minuteman Civil Defense Corps et al. by Gary G. Kreep; for the Mountain States Legal Foundation by J. Scott Detamore; for the Secure States Initiative by Kris W. Kobach; for State Legislators for Legal Immigration et al. by Paul J. Orfanedes; for the Thomas More Law Center et al. by Robert J. Muise, David Yerushalmi, and Richard Thompson; for Joseph M. Arpaio by Thomas P. Liddy and Peter Muthig; for Lawrence J. Joyce by Mr. Joyce, pro se; for State Senator Russell Pearce by James F. Peterson and Geoffrey S. Kercsmar; and for United States Representative Lamar Smith et al. by Daniel J. Popeo and Richard A. Samp.

           Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the State of New York et al. by Eric T. Schneiderman, Attorney General of New York, Barbara D. Underwood, Solicitor General, Kristen Clarke, Cecelia C. Chang, Deputy Solicitor General, and Steven C. Wu, Assistant Solicitor General, by Kamala D. Harris, Attorney General of California, Manuel M. Medeiros, Solicitor General, Louis Verdugo, Senior Assistant Attorney General, and Antonette Cordero and Jose Zelidon-Zepeda, Deputy Attorneys General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: George Jepsen of Connecticut, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Lisa Madigan of Illinois, Tom Miller of Iowa, Douglas F. Gansler of Maryland, Martha Coakley of Massachusetts, John R. Kroger of Oregon, Peter F. Kilmartin of Rhode Island, and William H. Sorrell of Vermont; for the American Bar Association by William T. Robinson III and Douglas W. Baruch; for the American Civil Liberties Union et al. by Jennifer Chang Newell, Cecillia D. Wang, Thomas A. Saenz, Linton Joaquin, Karen C. Tumlin, Nora A. Preciado, Nina Perales, Daniel J. Pochoda, Steven R. Shapiro, Lee Gelernt, Omar C. Jadwat, Andre I. Segura, Nicholás Espíritu, Chris Newman, Bradley S. Phillips, and Paul J. Watford; for the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations by Lynn K. Rhinehart, James B. Coppess, and Matthew J. Ginsburg; for the Anti-Defamation League by David J. Bodney, Steven M. Freeman, and Steven C. Sheinberg; for the Government of Argentina et al. by Henry L. Solano; for Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice et al. by David J. Euchner; for Arizona Employers for Immigration Reform et al. by Daryl M. Williams and Craig M. LaChance; for the Constitutional Accountability Center by Douglas T. Kendall, Elizabeth B. Wydra, and David H. Gans; for the County of Santa Clara, California, et al. by Greta S. Hansen, George A. Nilson, William R. Phelan, Jr., Zach Cowan, Michael B. Brough, Charlton deSaussure, Jr., Kenneth E. Gaines, Dana M. Thye, Craig Watkins, Irvin B. Nathan, Attorney General of the District of Columbia, Patrick W. Baker, Marion Joseph Radson, V. Lynn Whitfield, Gerald Masahiro Sato, Michael P. May, Jenny M. Morf, Victor A. Bolden, Michael A. Cardozo, Leonard J. Koerner, Harry Auerbach, Sara Grewing, Gerald T. Hendrickson, Edwin P. Rutan II, Martha S. Stonebrook, Dennis J. Herrera, Jayne W. Williams, Peter S. Holmes, Jean M. Boler, John B. Schochet, Michael W. L. McCrory, and John Daniel Reaves; for Terry Goddard et al. by Carmine D. Boccuzzi and Jorge G. Tenreiro; for Former Commissioners of the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service by E. Joshua Rosenkranz, Jessica S. Pers, and Michael K. Gottlieb; for the Greater Houston Partnership by John P. Elwood and Alberto P. Cardenas, Jr.; for the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights et al. by Nancy Morawetz, Wade Henderson, and Lisa Bornstein; for Members of Congress by Michael B. de Leeuw and Jennifer L. Colyer; for the National Council of La Raza et al. by Clifford M. Sloan, Charles F. Walker, and Juan Cartagena; for the National Immigrant Justice Center et al. by Lindsay C. Harrison, Julie M. Carpenter, Charles Roth, Vikram K. Badrinath, and Stephen W. Manning; for the Republic of Haiti by Mr. Solano; for the Rutherford Institute by John W. Whitehead and Rita Dunaway; for the Service Employees International Union et al. by Stephen P. Berzon, Jonathan Weissglass, Judith A. Scott, Orrin Baird, Nicholas W. Clark, Bradley T. Raymond, and Patrick J. Szymanski; for State and Local Law Enforcement Officials by Andrew J. Pincus, Charles A. Rothfeld, and Jeffrey A. Meyer; for the United Mexican States by Mr. Solano; for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops et al. by Brian J. Murray, Anthony R. Picarello, Jr., and Jeffrey Hunter Moon; and for Madeleine K. Albright et al. by Seth P. Waxman, Paul R. Q. Wolfson, Shirley Cassin Woodward, and Michael D. Gottesman.

            Briefs of amici curiae were filed for the Association of the Bar of the City of New York by Mark R. von Sternberg; for Larry A. Dever by Brian Bergin and Kenneth Frakes; for EarthRights International by Richard L. Herz and Marco B. Simons; for Freedom Watch by Larry Klayman; and for the U. S. Border Control et al. by Herbert W. Titus, William J. Olson, and John S. Miles.

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No. 10–9646, Miller v. Alabama; and
No. 10–9647, Jackson v. Hobbs, Director, Arkansas Department of Correction

Argued March 20, 2012

            Bryan A. Stevenson argued the cause for petitioners in both cases.  With him on the briefs were Randall S. Susskind, Alicia A. D’Addario, and Aaryn M. Urell.

            John C. Neiman, Jr., Solicitor General of Alabama, argued the cause for respondent in No. 10–9646.  With him on the brief were Luther Strange, Attorney General, Prim F. Escalona and Andrew L. Brasher, Deputy Solicitors General, and John Porter, Clay Crenshaw, Henry Johnson, Stephanie Reiland, and Jess R. Nix, Assistant Attorneys General.  Kent G. Holt, Assistant Attorney General of Arkansas, argued the cause for respondent in No. 10–9647.  With him on the brief were Dustin McDaniel, Attorney General, Kelly Fields, Senior Assistant Attorney General, and Vada Berger and Kathryn Henry, Assistant Attorneys General.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal in both cases were filed for the American Bar Association by William T. Robinson III and Lawrence A. Wojcik; for the American Psychological Association et al. by David W. Ogden, Danielle Spinelli, Eric F. Citron, Nathalie F. P. Gilfoyle, Aaron M. Panner, and Carolyn I. Polowy; for Amnesty International et al. by Constance de la Vega and Neil A. F. Popović; for Former Juvenile Court Judges by Jonathan D. Hacker and Brianne J. Gorod; for J. Lawrence Aber et al. by Stephen M. Nickelsburg; and for Jeffrey Fagan et al. by Carl Micarelli.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance in both cases were filed for the State of Michigan et al. by Bill Schuette, Attorney General of Michigan, John J. Bursch, Solicitor General, and B. Eric Restuccia, Deputy Solicitor General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective jurisdictions as follows: Tom Horne of Arizona, John W. Suthers of Colorado, Joseph R. Biden III of Delaware, Pamela Jo Bondi of Florida, Samuel S. Olens of Georgia, Leonardo M. Rapadas of Guam, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell of Louisiana, Gary K. King of New Mexico, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, Peter F. Kilmartin of Rhode Island, Alan Wilson of South Carolina, Marty J. Jackley of South Dakota, Robert E. Cooper, Jr., of Tennessee, Greg Abbott of Texas, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, Rob McKenna of Washington, J. B. Van Hollen of Wisconsin, and Gregory A. Phillips of Wyoming; for the National District Attorneys Association by Christopher Landau; and for the National Organization of Victims of Juvenile Lifers by Thomas R. McCarthy and William S. Consovoy.

           Briefs of amici curiae were filed in both cases for the American Medical Association et al. by E. Joshua Rosenkranz; for the American Probation and Parole Association et al. by Clifford M. Sloan and Judith S. Kaye; for Certain Family Members of Victims Killed by Youths by Angela C. Vigil, William Lynch Schaller, and Adam Dougherty; for the Juvenile Law Center et al. by Marsha L. Levick, Emily C. Keller, Jeffery J. Pokorak, and Steven A. Drizin; for the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc., et al. by Vincent M. Southerland, John Payton, Debo P. Adegbile, Christina A. Swarns, and Jin Hee Lee; and for Professor of Law et al. from Moritz College of Law, Ohio State University, by Douglas A. Berman, pro se.

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No. 11–393, National Federation of Independent Business et al. v. Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, et al.;
No. 11–398, Department of Health and Human Serices et al. v. Florida et al.;and
No. 11–400, Florida et al. v. Department of Health and Human Services et al.

Argued March 26, 27, 28, 2012

           Robert A. Long, Jr., by invitation of the Court, 565 U. S. ___, argued the cause in No. 11–398 (Anti-Injunction Act) as amicus curiae in support of vacatur.  With him on the briefs were Emin Toro, Mark W. Mosier, and Henry B. Liu.

           Solicitor General Verrilli argued the cause for petitioners in No. 11–398 (Anti-Injunction Act).  With him on the briefs were Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General DiCicco, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Brinkmann, Leondra R. Kruger, Mark B. Stern, Alisa B. Klein, Joel McElvain, M. Patricia Smith, William B. Schultz, and Kenneth Y. Choe.

           Gregory G. Katsas argued the cause for respondents in No. 11–398 (Anti-Injunction Act).  With him on the briefs for private respondents were Michael A. Carvin, C. Kevin Marshall, Hashim M. Mooppan, Karen R. Harned, and Randy E. Barnett.  On the briefs for state respondents were Paul D. Clement, Erin E. Murphy, Conor B. Dugan, Erin M. Hawley, Pamela Jo Bondi, Attorney General of Florida, Scott D. Makar, Solicitor General, and Louis F. Hubener, Timothy D. Osterhaus, and Blaine H. Winship, Luther Strange, Attorney General of Alabama, Michael C. Geraghty, Attorney General of Alaska, Janice K. Brewer, Governor of Arizona, and Tom Horne, Attorney General, John W. Suthers, Attorney General of Colorado, Samuel S. Olens, Attorney General of Georgia, Lawrence G. Wasden, Attorney General of Idaho, Gregory F. Zoeller, Attorney General of Indiana, Terry Branstad, Governor of Iowa, Derek Schmidt, Attorney General of Kansas, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell, Attorney General of Louisiana, William J. Schneider, Attorney General of Maine, Bill Schuette, Attorney General of Michigan, Michael B. Wallace, by and through Phil Bryant, Governor of Mississippi, Jon Bruning, Attorney General of Nebraska, and Katherine J. Spohn, Brian Sandoval, Governor of Nevada, Wayne Stenehjem, Attorney General of North Dakota, Michael DeWine, Attorney General of Ohio, and David B. Rivkin and Lee A. Casey, Thomas W. Corbett, Jr., Governor of Pennsylvania, and Linda L. Kelly, Attorney General, Alan Wilson, Attorney General of South Carolina, Marty J. Jackley, Attorney General of South Dakota, Greg Abbott, Attorney General of Texas, and Bill Cobb, Deputy Attorney General, Mark L. Shurtleff, Attorney General of Utah, Robert M. McKenna, Attorney General of Washington, J. B. Van Hollen, Attorney General of Wisconsin, and Matthew Mead, Governor of Wyoming.

           Solicitor General Verrilli argued the cause for petitioners in No. 11–398 (Minimum Coverage Provision).  With him on the briefs were Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Brinkmann, Joseph R. Palmore, Mr. Stern, Ms. Klein, Ms. Smith, Mr. Schultz, and Mr. Choe.

           Mr. Clement argued the cause for state respondents in No. 11–398 (Minimum Coverage Provision).  With him on the brief for respondents Florida et al. were Ms. Murphy, Ms. Bondi, Attorney General of Florida, Mr. Makar, Solicitor General, and Mr. Hubener, Mr. Osterhaus, and Mr. Winship, Mr. Strange, Attorney General of Alabama, Mr. Geraghty, Attorney General of Alaska, Ms. Brewer, Governor of Arizona, and Mr. Horne, Attorney General, Mr. Suthers, Attorney General of Colorado, Mr. Olens, Attorney General of Georgia, Mr. Wasden, Attorney General of Idaho, Mr. Zoeller, Attorney General of Indiana, Mr. Branstad, Governor of Iowa, Mr. Schmidt, Attorney General of Kansas, Mr. Caldwell, Attorney General of Louisiana, Mr. Schneider, Attorney General of Maine, Mr. Schuette, Attorney General of Michigan, Mr. Wallace, by and through Mr. Bryant, Governor of Mississippi, Mr. Bruning, Attorney General of Nebraska, and Ms. Spohn, Mr. Sandoval, Governor of Nevada, Mr. Stenehjem, Attorney General of North Dakota, Mr. DeWine, Attorney General of Ohio, and Mr. Rivkin and Mr. Casey, Mr. Corbett, Governor of Pennsylvania, and Ms. Kelly, Attorney General, Mr. Wilson, Attorney General of South Carolina, Mr. Jackley, Attorney General of South Dakota, Mr. Abbott, Attorney General of Texas, and Mr. Cobb, Deputy Attorney General, Mr. Shurtleff, Attorney General of Utah, Mr. McKenna, Attorney General of Washington, Mr. Van Hollen, Attorney General of Wisconsin, and Mr. Mead, Governor of Wyoming.  Mr. Carvin argued the cause for private respondents in No. 11–398 (Minimum Coverage Provision).  With him on the brief were Mr. Katsas, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Mooppan, Ms. Harned, and Mr. Barnett.

           Mr. Clement argued the cause and filed briefs for petitioners in Nos. 11–393 and 11–400 (Severability).  With him on the briefs for state petitioners were Ms. Murphy, Ms. Bondi, Attorney General of Florida, Mr. Makar, Solicitor General, and Mr. Hubener, Mr. Osterhaus, and Mr. Winship, Mr. Strange, Attorney General of Alabama, Mr. Geraghty, Attorney General of Alaska, and Richard Svobodny, Acting Attorney General, Ms. Brewer, Governor of Arizona, and Mr. Horne, Attorney General, Mr. Suthers, Attorney General of Colorado, Mr. Olens, Attorney General of Georgia, Mr. Wasden, Attorney General of Idaho, Mr. Zoeller, Attorney General of Indiana, Mr. Branstad, Governor of Iowa, Mr. Schmidt, Attorney General of Kansas, Mr. Caldwell, Attorney General of Louisiana, Mr. Schneider, Attorney General of Maine, Mr. Schuette, Attorney General of Michigan, Mr. Wallace, by and through Mr. Bryant, Governor of Mississippi, Mr. Bruning, Attorney General of Nebraska, and Ms. Spohn, Mr. Sandoval, Governor of Nevada, Mr. Stenehjem, Attorney General of North Dakota, Mr. DeWine, Attorney General of Ohio, and Mr. Rivkin and Mr. Casey, Mr. Corbett, Governor of Pennsylvania, and Ms. Kelly, Attorney General, Mr. Wilson, Attorney General of South Carolina, Mr. Jackley, Attorney General of South Dakota, Mr. Abbott, Attorney General of Texas, and Mr. Cobb, Deputy Attorney General, Mr. Shurtleff, Attorney General of Utah, Mr. McKenna, Attorney General of Washington, Mr. Van Hollen, Attorney General of Wisconsin, and Mr. Mead, Governor of Wyoming.  Mr. Carvin, Mr. Katsas, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Mooppan, Ms. Harned, and Mr. Barnett filed briefs for private petitioners.

           Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler argued the cause for respondents in Nos. 11–393 and 11–400 (Severability).  With him on the briefs were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Brinkmann, Mr. Palmore, Mr. Stern, Ms. Klein, Ms. Smith, Mr. Schultz, and Mr. Choe.

           H. Bartow Farr III, by invitation of the Court, 565 U. S. ___, argued the cause in Nos. 11–393 and 11–400 (Severability) and filed a brief as amicus curiae in support of the judgment below.

           Mr. Clement argued the cause for petitioners in No. 11–400 (Medicaid). With him on the briefs were Ms. Murphy, Ms. Bondi, Attorney General of Florida, and Mr. Makar, Solicitor General, and Mr. Hubener, Mr. Osterhaus, and Mr. Winship, Mr. Strange, Attorney General of Alabama, Mr. Svobodny, Acting Attorney General of Alaska, Ms. Brewer, Governor of Arizona, and Mr. Horne, Attorney General, Mr. Suthers, Attorney General of Colorado, Mr. Olens, Attorney General of Georgia, Mr. Wasden, Attorney General of Idaho, Mr. Zoeller, Attorney General of Indiana, Mr. Branstad, Governor of Iowa, Mr. Schmidt, Attorney General of Kansas, Mr. Caldwell, Attorney General of Louisiana, Mr. Schneider, Attorney General of Maine, Mr. Schuette, Attorney General of Michigan, Mr. Bruning, Attorney General of Nebraska, and Ms. Spohn, Mr. Sandoval, Governor of Nevada, Mr. Stenehjem, Attorney General of North Dakota, Mr. DeWine, Attorney General of Ohio, and Mr. Rivkin and Mr. Casey, Mr. Corbett, Governor of Pennsylvania, and Ms. Kelly, Attorney General, Mr. Wilson, Attorney General of South Carolina, Mr. Jackley, Attorney General of South Dakota, Mr. Abbott, Attorney General of Texas, and Mr. Cobb, Deputy Attorney General, Mr. Shurtleff, Attorney General of Utah, Mr. McKenna, Attorney General of Washington, Mr. Van Hollen, Attorney General of Wisconsin, and Mr. Mead, Governor of Wyoming.

           Solicitor General Verrilli argued the cause for respondents in No. 11–400 (Medicaid).  With him on the brief were Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Kneedler, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Brinkmann, Ms. Kruger, Mr. Stern, Ms. Klein, Ms. Smith, Mr. Schultz, and Mr. Choe.

           Briefs of amici curiae were filed in No. 11–398 (Anti-Injunction Act) for the American Center for Law & Justice by Jay Alan Sekulow, Stuart J. Roth, Colby M. May, James M. Henderson, Sr., Walter M. Weber, Edward L. White III, and Erik M. Zimmerman; for the Cato Institute by Ilya Shapiro; for the Center for the Fair Administration of Taxes by A. Lavar Taylor; for Liberty University, Inc., et al. by Mathew D. Staver, Anita L. Staver, Stephen M. Crampton, and Mary E. McAlister; for the State Chambers of Commerce et al. by William V. Custer; for Tax Law Professors by Michael B. de Leeuw; and for Mortimer Caplin et al. by Alan B. Morrison and Brian Wolfman.

           Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal in No. 11–398 (Minimum Coverage Provision) were filed for the State of Maryland et al. by Douglas F. Gansler, Attorney General of Maryland, John B. Howard, Jr., Deputy Attorney General, William F. Brockman, Acting Solicitor General, and Joshua N. Auerbach, Stephen M. Ruckman, and Sarah W. Rice, Assistant Attorneys General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective jurisdictions as follows: Kamala D. Harris of California, George Jepsen of Connecticut, Joseph R. Biden III of Delaware, Irvin B. Nathan of the District of Columbia, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Lisa Madigan of Illinois, Tom Miller of Iowa, Gary K. King of New Mexico, Eric T. Schneiderman of New York, John R. Kroger of Oregon, William H. Sorrell of Vermont, and Vincent F. Frazer of the Virgin Islands; for AARP by Thomas C. Goldstein, Kevin K. Russell, Stuart R. Cohen, Stacy Canan, and Michael Schuster; for Advocacy for Patients with Chronic Illness, Inc., by Jennifer C. Jaff; for the American Association of People with Disabilities et al. by Rochelle Bobroff and Simon Lazarus; for the American Cancer Society et al. by Mary P. Rouvelas and F. Sheffield Hale; for the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations by Lynn K. Rhinehart, James B. Coppess, and Laurence Stephen Gold; for the American Nurses Association et al. by Ian Millhiser; for the California Endowment by Kathleen M. Sullivan, William B. Adams, and Crystal Nix Hines; for the California Public Employees’ Retirement System by Peter H. Mixon; for Constitutional Law Scholars by Andrew J. Pincus, Gillian E. Metzger, and Trevor W. Morrison; for Health Care for All, Inc., et al. by Wendy E. Parmet and Lorianne M. Sainsbury-Wong; for Health Care Policy History Scholars by Geoffrey F. Aronow; for the Jewish Alliance for Law & Social Action et al. by Andrew M. Fischer; for the Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc., et al. by Douglas Hallward-Driemeier, Susan L. Sommer, Hayley J. Gorenberg, and Jon W. Davidson; for the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, Inc., et al. by John Payton, Debo P. Adegbile, Elise C. Boddie, ReNika C. Moore, Joshua Civin, Steven R. Shapiro, and Lisa M. Bornstein; for the National Women’s Law Center et al. by Melissa Hart, Marcia D. Greenberger, and Judith G. Waxman; for Prescription Policy Choices et al. by Michael Kevin Outterson; for the Service Employees International Union et al. by Scott A. Kronland, Jonathan Weissglass, P. Casey Pitts, Judith A. Scott, Walter Kamiat, Mark Schneider, and Patrick J. Szymanski; for the Small Business Majority Foundation, Inc., et al. by Douglas L. McSwain; for State Legislators from all Fifty States et al. by Douglas T. Kendall and Elizabeth B. Wydra; and for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid et al. by Walter Dellinger, Christopher J. Wright, and Timothy J. Simeone.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance in No. 11–398 (Minimum Coverage Provision) were filed for the State of Oklahoma by E. Scott Pruitt, Attorney General of Oklahoma, and Patrick R. Wyrick, Solicitor General; for the Commonwealth of Virginia ex rel. Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II by Mr. Cuccinelli, Attorney General of Virginia, pro se, E. Duncan Getchell, Jr., Solicitor General, Charles E. James, Jr., Chief Deputy Attorney General, and Wesley G. Russell, Jr., Deputy Attorney General; for Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster by Mr. Koster, pro se, and Jeremiah J. Morgan, Deputy Solicitor General; for the American Catholic Lawyers Association, Inc., by Bertram P. Goltz, Jr.; for the American Center for Law & Justice et al. by Jay Alan Sekulow, Mr. Roth, Mr. May, Mr. Henderson, Mr. Weber, Mr. White, and Mr. Zimmerman; for the American College of Pediatricians et al. by Nikolas T. Nikas, Dorinda C. Bordlee, Mark L. Rienzi, Mailee R. Smith, Denise M. Burke, Steven H. Aden, Matthew S. Bowman, and Catherine W. Short; for the American Legislative Exchange Council by John P. Elwood and Seth L. Cooper; for the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, Inc., et al. by David P. Felsher and Andrew L. Schlafly; for the Authors of The Origins of the Necessary and Proper Clause et al. by David B. Kopel; for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc., by Dean Richlin, Robert E. Toone, and Joseph Halpern; for the Catholic Vote et al. by Patrick T. Gillen; for the Cato Institute et al. by Robert A. Levy, Ilya Shapiro, and Timothy Sandefur; for the Caesar Rodney Institute by Grant M. Lally; for the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence et al. by Christopher R. J. Pace, John C. Eastman, Anthony T. Caso, Edwin Meese III, Todd F. Gaziano, Brian C. Baker, Carrie Severino, and Manuel S. Klausner; for Docs4PatientCare by Erik S. Jaffe and John Hoff; for Economists by Steven G. Bradbury, Steven A. Engel, and Michael H. Park; for the Employer Solutions Staffing Group LLC by Rebecca J. Levine; for the HSA Coalition, Inc., et al. by Ed R. Haden; for the Independent Women’s Forum by Kevin J. Hasson; for Judicial Watch, Inc., by Paul J. Orfanedes; for Members of the United States Senate by Ms. Severino; for the Mountain States Legal Foundation by James M. Manley and Steven J. Lechner; for the Montana Shooting Sports Association, Inc., by Quentin M. Rhoades; for Single Payer Action et al. by Oliver B. Hall; for the Tax Foundation by Joseph D. Henchman; for the Washington Legal Foundation et al. by Ilya Somin, Daniel J. Popeo, and Cory L. Andrews; for the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law by Christopher P. Finney and Curt C. Hartman; for Speaker of the House John Boehner by Ms. Severino; for Virginia Delegate Bob Marshall et al. by William J. Olson, Herbert W. Titus, John S. Miles, and Gary G. Kreep; for Sen. Rand Paul by Bridget Maloney Bush; and for Stephen M. Trattnerby Mr. Trattner, pro se.

            Briefs of amici curiae were filed in No. 11–398 (Minimum Coverage Provision) for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by Martha Coakley, Attorney General of Massachusetts, and Thomas M. O’Brien, Daniel J. Hammond, and Emiliano Mazlen, Assistant Attorneys General; for the Governor of Washington Christine Gregoire by Kristin Houser, Adam J. Berger, Rebecca J. Roe, and William Rutzick; for the American Civil Rights Union et al. by Peter Ferrara; for the American Hospital Association et al. by Sheree R. Kanner, Catherine E. Stetson, Dominic F. Perella, Lisa Gilden, and Frank R. Trinity; for the American Life League by Robert L. Sassone; for Child Advocacy Organizations by Jeffrey O. Bramlett, Emmet J. Bondurant, and Barbara B. Woodhouse; for Citizens and Legislators in the Fourteen Health Care Freedom States by Nicholas C. Dranias, Clint D. Bolick, and Linda W. Knight; for the Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom by John Remington Graham; for Constitutional Law and Economics Professors by Wilson R. Huhn; for Economic Scholars by Richard L. Rosen and Michael D. Thorpe; for Former U. S. Dept. of Justice Officials by Theodore B. Olson, Amir C. Tayrani, Joshua S. Lipshutz, Terence J. Pell, and Michael E. Rosman; for the Foundation for Moral Law, Inc., by John A. Eidsmoe and Benjamin D. DuPré; for the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati by James A. Feldman; for the Institute for Justice by William H. Mellor, Dana Berliner, Steven M. Simpson, and Elizabeth Price Foley; for the Landmark Legal Foundation by Richard P. Hutchison; for the Liberty Legal Foundation by Van R. Irion; for Liberty University, Inc., et al. by Mr. Staver, Ms. Staver, Mr. Crampton, and Mr. McAlister; for the Partnership for America by Charles J. Cooper, David H. Thompson, Howard C. Nielson, Jr., and Brian S. Koukoutchos; for Project Liberty by Allan E. Parker, R. Clayton Trotter, Kathleen Cassidy Goodman, and Steven W. Fitschen; for The Rutherford Institute by Alfred W. Putnam, Jr., Jason P. Gosselin, D. Alicia Hickok, and John W. Whitehead; for the Thomas More Law Center et al. by Robert J. Muise, David Yerushalmi, and Richard Thompson; for Young Invincibles by Paolo Annino; for Barry Friedman et al. by Jeffrey A. Lamken, Robert K. Kry, Martin V. Totaro, and Mr. Friedman, pro se; for Egon Mittelmann by Mr. Mittelmann, pro se; and for David R. Riemer et al. by Dean A. Strang.

           Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal in Nos. 11–393 and 11–400 (Severability) were filed for the American Center for Law & Justice et al. by Mr. Sekulow, Mr. Roth, Mr. May, Mr. Henderson, Mr. Weber, Mr. White, and Mr. Zimmerman; for the American Civil Rights Union by Mr. Ferrara; for America’s Health Insurance Plans et al. by Patricia A. Millett, Orly Degani, James E. Tysse, and Roger G. Wilson; for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America by K. Lee Blalack II, Brian D. Boyle, Anton Metlitsky, Robin S. Conrad, Shane B. Kawka, and Kathryn Comerford Todd; forEconomists by Mr. Bradbury, Mr. Engel, and Mr. Park; for the Family Research Council et al. by Nelson Lund; and for the National Restaurant Association by Leon R. Sequeira, David M. Weiner, and Jennifer A. Kraft.

           Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance in Nos. 11–393 and 11–400 (Severability) were filed for the Missouri Attorney General by Chris Koster, Attorney General, pro se, and Mr. Morgan, Deputy Solicitor General; for Michigan Legal Services, Inc., by Gary A. Benjamin; and for the Washington and Lee University School of Law Black Lung Clinic by Timothy C. MacDonnell.

           Briefs of amici curiae were filed in Nos. 11–393 and 11–400 (Severability) for the State of California et al. by Ms. Harris, Attorney General of California, Travis LeBlanc, Special Assistant Attorney General, Manuel M. Medeiros, State Solicitor General, and Daniel J. Powell, Deputy Attorney General, by Christine O. Gregoire, Governor of Washington, and by the Attorneys General for their respective jurisdictions as follows: Mr. Jepsen of Connecticut, Mr. Biden of Delaware, Mr. Nathan of the District of Columbia, Mr. Louie of Hawaii, Ms. Madigan of Illinois, Mr. Miller of Iowa, Mr. Gansler of Maryland, Mr. King of New Mexico, Mr. Schneiderman of New York, Mr. Kroger of Oregon, and Mr. Sorrell of Vermont; for AARP et al. by Ms. Bobroff, Stuart R. Cohen, Ms. Canan, Bruce Vignery, and Mr. Schuster; for the American Academy of Actuaries by Kannon K. Shanmugam and Mary E. Downs; for the American Benefits Council by James R. Napoli, Mark D. Harris, Charles S. Sims, and Kathryn M. Wilber; for the American Hospital Association et al. by Ms. Kanner, Ms. Stetson, Mr. Perella, and Mr. Trinity; for the American Medical Student Association et al. by Mr. Millhiser; for theAmerican Public Health Association et al. by Martha Jane Perkins and Corey S. Davis; for the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum et al. by Mark A. Packman, Jonathan M. Cohen, and Priscilla Huang; for the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons et al. by Mr. Felsher and Mr. Schlafly; for the Competitive Enterprise Institute et al. by Thomas M. Christina, Jeffrey P. Dunlaevy, Sam Kazman, and Hans Bader; for Freedom Watch by Larry Klayman; for the Justice and Freedom Fund by Deborah J. Dewart and James L. Hirsen; for Members of the United States Senate by James F. Bennett and Ms. Severino; for the National Indian Health Board et al. by Geoffrey D. Strommer, Carol L. Barbero, Elliott Milhollin, and William R. Norman; for the Texas Public Policy Foundation et al. by Mario Loyola, Richard Epstein, and Ilya Shapiro; for David R. Riemer et al. by Mr. Strang; and for Joella Swan et al. by Thomas E. Johnson and Grant Crandall.  Mr. Kreep filed a brief for the Western Center for Journalism as amicus curiae in No. 11–393.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed in No. 11–400 (Medicaid) for the American Civil Rights Union et al. by Mr. Ferrara; for Economists by Mr. Bradbury, Mr. Engel, and Mr. Park; for the Independence Institute by Mr. Kopel; for the Texas Public Policy Foundation et al. by Mr. Loyola and Mr. Epstein; and for James F. Blumstein by Mr. Blumstein, pro se.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed in No. 11–400 (Medicaid) for the State of Oregon et al. by Mr. Kroger, Attorney General of Oregon, Anna M. Joyce, Solicitor General, and Keith Dubanevich, by Mr. Sorrell, Attorney General of Vermont, and Bridget C. Asay, Assistant Attorney General, by Ms. Gregoire, Governor of Washington, and Mr. Berger, Special Assistant Attorney General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: Ms. Harris of California, Mr. Jepsen of Connecticut, Mr. Biden of Delaware, Mr. Louie of Hawaii, Ms. Madigan of Illinois, Mr. Miller of Iowa, Mr. Gansler of Maryland, Ms. Coakley of Massachusetts, Mr. King of New Mexico, and Mr. Schneiderman of New York; for the American Hospital Association et al. by Ms. Kanner, Ms. Stetson, Mr. Perella, Mr. Trinity, and Ms. Gilden; for Catholic Sisters by David J. Burman; for the Disability Rights Legal Center by Chris M. Amantea; for Faithful Reform in Health Care et al. by Thomas W. Coons, Charles M. English, and Wendy M. Yoviene; for Health Law & Policy Scholars et al. by Mr. Outterson; for the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights et al. by Martha F. Davis and Risa E. Kaufman; for the National Health Law Program et al. byMs. Perkins; for the National Minority AIDS Council et al. by Deanne E. Maynard and Marc A. Hearron; for the Service Employees International Union et al. by Stephen P. Berzon, Mr. Kronland, Ms. Scott, Mr. Kamiat, and Mr. Szymanski; for State Legislators from the Fifty States et al. by Mr. Kendall and Ms. Wydra; for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid et al. by Mr. Wright, Mr. Simeone, Mark D. Davis, and Mr. Dellinger; for David R. Riemer et al. by Mr. Strang; and for David Satcher, M. D., et al. by Samuel R. Bagenstos, Ira A. Burnim, and Jennifer Mathis.

            Briefs of amici curiae were filed in No. 11–400 (Medicaid) for the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons et al. by Mr. Felsher and Mr. Schlafly; for the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence et al. by Mr. Eastman, Mr. Caso, Mr. Meese, Mr. Sandefur, and Ilya Shapiro; for Freedom Watch by Mr. Klayman; for Indiana State Legislators et al. by Asheesh Agarwal and Mr. Christina; and for Michigan Legal Services, Inc., by Mr. Benjamin.

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No. 11–210, United States v. Alvarez

Argued February 22, 2012

            Solicitor General Verrilli argued the cause for the United States.  With him on the briefs were Assistant Attorney General Breuer, Deputy Solicitor General Dreeben, and Ginger D. Anders.

            Jonathan D. Libby argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Sean K. Kennedy and Brianna J. Fuller.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the State of Texas et al. by Greg Abbott, Attorney General of Texas, Arthur C. D’Andrea, Assistant Solicitor General, Daniel T. Hodge, First Assistant Attorney General, Bill Cobb, Deputy Attorney General, and Jonathan F. Mitchell, Solicitor General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: Luther Strange of Alabama, John J. Burns of Alaska, John W. Suthers of Colorado, Pamela Jo Bondi of Florida, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Lawrence G. Wasden of Idaho, Gregory F. Zoeller of Indiana, Derek Schmidt of Kansas, James D. “Buddy” Caldwell of Louisiana, William J. Schneider of Maine, Bill Schuette of Michigan, Lori Swanson of Minnesota, Gary K. King of New Mexico, E. Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, Linda L. Kelly of Pennsylvania, Peter F. Kilmartin of Rhode Island, Robert E. Cooper of Tennessee, Mark L. Shurtleff of Utah, and Darrell V. McGraw, Jr., of West Virginia; for the Legion of Valor of the United States et al. by Kent S. Scheidegger; and for Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States et al. by Gene C. Schaerr, Geoffrey P. Eaton, Michael T. Morley, and Linda T. Coberly.  A brief of amicus curiae urging vacatur was filed for the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation by Kevin N. Ainsworth.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression et al. by Michael A. Bamberger, Richard M. Zuckerman, and Jonathan Bloom; for the American Civil Liberties Union et al. by Jameel Jaffer, Steven R. Shapiro, and Peter J. Eliasberg; for the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers by Michael V Schafler and Jeffrey L. Fisher; for the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press et al. by Robert Corn-Revere, Ronald G. London, John R. Eastburg, Lucy A. Dalglish, Gregg P. Leslie, Richard A. Bernstein, Kevin M. Goldberg, David M. Giles, James Cregan, Charles D. Tobin, Mickey H. Osterreicher, George Freeman, Barbara L. Camens, Jonathan D. Hart, Richard J. Tofel, Bruce W. Sanford, Bruce D. Brown, Laurie A. Babinski, Karlene W. Goller, and Eric N. Lieberman; for the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression by J. Joshua Wheeler, Bruce D. Brown, and Katayoun A. Donnelly; and for Jonathan D. Varat by Mr. Varat, pro se, and Cary B. Lerman.

            Briefs of amici curiae were filed for the American Legion by Aaron M. Streett and Philip B. Onderdonk; for the First Amendment Coalition by Gary L. Bostwick and Jean-Paul Jassy; for the First Amendment Lawyers Association by Reed Lee and Allen Lichtenstein; for the Intellectual Property Amicus Brief Clinic of the University of New Hampshire School of Law by John M. Greabe and Keith M. Harrison; and for Eugene Volokh et al. by Mr. Volokh, pro se.

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No. 10–708, First American Financial Corp., Successor in Interest to First American Corp., et al. v. Edwards

Argued November 28, 2011

            Aaron M. Panner argued the cause for petitioners.  With him on the briefs were Michael K. Kellogg, Gregory G. Rapawy, Brendan J. Crimmins, Charles A. Newman, and Michael J. Duvall.

            Jeffrey A. Lamken argued the cause for respondent.  With him on the brief were Cyril V. Smith, David A. Reiser, Edward Kramer, Robert K. Kry, Martin V. Totaro, Richard S. Gordon, Martin E. Wolf, and James W. Spertus.

            Anthony A. Yang argued the cause for the United States as amicus curiae urging affirmance.  With him on the brief were Solicitor General Verrilli, Assistant Attorney General West, Deputy Solicitor General Stewart, Michael Jay Singer, Christine N. Kohl, David M. Gossett, and Deepak Gupta.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for ACA International by Tomio B. Narita and Jeffrey A. Topor; for the American Bankers Association et al. by Thomas M. Hefferon and William F. Sheehan; for the American Land Title Association by Roy T. Englert, Jr., and Ariel N. Lavinbuk; for the Association of Global Automakers, Inc., et al. by Donald M. Falk; for the Consumer Data Industry Association by Anne P. Fortney; for DRI-The Voice of the Defense Bar et al. by R. Matthew Cairns, Mary Massaron Ross, and Hilary A. Ballentine; for Experian Information Solutions, Inc., by Meir Feder and Daniel J. McLoon; for Facebook, Inc., et al. by Patrick J. Carome; for the International Association of Defense Counsel by Mary-Christine Sungaila and J. Mitchell Smith; for the National Association of Home Builders et al. Christopher M. Whitcomb, Thomas J. Ward, and Nick Cammarota; for the National Association of Retail Collection Attorneys by David M. Schultz, Joel D. Bertocchi, and Stephen R. Swofford; for the New England Legal Foundation et al. by Benjamin G. Robbins, Martin J. Newhouse, Robin S. Conrad, and Kathryn Comerford Todd; for the Pacific Legal Foundation et al. by Deborah J. La Fetra, John C. Eastman, and Anthony T. Caso; for the Real Estate Services Providers Council, Inc., by Jay N. Varon and Michael D. Leffel; and for the Stewart Information Services Corp. et al. by Peter D. Keisler, Jonathan F. Cohn, Matthew D. Krueger, and Christine R. Milton.

            Briefs of amici curiae urging affirmance were filed for the State of Missouri et al. by Chris Koster, Attorney General of Missouri, and James R. Layton, Solicitor General, and by the Attorneys General for their respective States as follows: John J. Burns of Alaska, Kamala D. Harris of California, David M. Louie of Hawaii, Lisa Madigan of Illinois, Tom Miller of Iowa, Jim Hood of Mississippi, Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, Gary K. King of New Mexico, Robert M. McKenna of Washington, and Darrell V. McGraw, Jr., of West Virginia; for AARP et al. by Scott L. Nelson and Allison M. Zieve; for the Electronic Privacy Information Center by Marc Rotenberg; for the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law et al. by Janell M. Byrd, Jon M. Greenbaum, Stephen M. Dane, John Payton, Debo P. Adegbile, Elise C. Boddie, and Leslie Proll; for the National Association of Independent Land Title Agents by Gregory W. Happ; for Public Law Professors by Jonathan S. Massey; for the Reporter and Advisers to Restatement (Third) of Restitution and Unjust Enrichment by Douglas Laycock; and for Erick Carter et al. by John T. Murray.

            Briefs of amici curiae were filed for the Toyota Economic-Loss Plaintiffs by Steve W. Berman, Marc M. Seltzer, and Frank M. Pitre; for Trust Law and ERISA Law Professors by Melanie B. Leslie; and for Birny Birnbaumet al. by Shelley R. Sadin.

 

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