AirTalk for March 4, 2015

Oral arguments begin today in King v. Burwell, the latest Supreme Court challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Also, only about 8.6% of voters turned out in Los Angeles on Tuesday. Then, as AirTalk celebrates 30 years on the air, we look ahead to how political parties will shift in the decades to come.
Supreme Court Hears Case Challenging Obama's Affordable Health Care Act

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