Last Thursday, President Obama signed the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, or JOBS Act, which included many policies intended to help small and emerging businesses grow into larger, more successful companies.
Five votes are certain, four are toss-ups. Here's how it could play out.
Many governments spend more money then they take in. This is known as deficit spending. This is not necessarily a bad thing, but it is possible for their debt to get so large that they will no longer be able to operate. At least, the cost of borrowing money will be so greatly increased, that it becomes an obstacle. When this happens, countries must take action to get their balance sheets in order.
This is the big day. The Court turns its attention to the substantive issues. The parties will be arguing whether the Constitution empowers the federal government to require every person to purchase health insurance.