From TPM, a special section on Health Care Before the Court. SCOTUS 101: A Wonkblog guide to health care oral arguments (and more), and an interview with Don Berwick, former administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The constitutional challenge to the Affordable Health Care Act is rhetorically powerful but analytically so weak that it dissolves on inspection. Forget interstate commerce: It's the "necessary and proper" clause that's the key to Obamacare's future. Is there a weak link in the government's case for Obamacare? The survival of Obamacare may come down to wheat, pot, guns — and a nagging question about broccoli. Jack Balkin on the small chance the Supreme Court will overturn the health care act. Damon Root on the 4 best legal arguments against ObamaCare. Forget precedent, ignore Scalia’s musings — the health care argument before the Supreme Court is all about optics, politics, and public opinion. Andrew Koppelman on bad news for Paul Clement. Jonathan Chait on what the health-care fight is really about. Jonathan Cohn on an educated guess about how the Justices will vote on Obamacare.