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Democracy Now! Live Coverage of U.S. Supreme Court Healthcare Ruling: Tune in Thursday 10-11am EDT

Web ExclusiveJune 26, 2012
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Democracy Now!'s Amy Goodman will host a live one-hour broadcast on Thursday morning, June 28, covering the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. We will go live to the steps of the Supreme Court. Guests will include filmmaker Michael Moore, health insurance industry whistleblower Wendell Potter, Georgetown University law professor David Cole and Elisabeth Benjamin of the Community Service Society of New York. More guests to be announced.

Video of the special broadcast will be live-streamed from 10 am to 11 am EDT at www.democracynow.org and can be embedded online.

The special can also be watched on:

  • DISH Network via FSTV ch. 9415 and Link TV ch. 9410
  • DirecTV via FSTV ch. 348 and Link TV ch. 375

Please encourage your local radio and TV station to air the program. It is free for any radio or TV station to air.

Click here for Democracy Now!’s coverage of this term’s Supreme Court decisions.

For more of Democracy Now’s healthcare coverage visit our healthcare topic page.

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