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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

General public with tickets to listen to a hearing on the Obamacare line up for entering the U.S. Supreme Court March 27, 2012 in Washington, DC General public with tickets to listen to a hearing on the Obamacare at the U.S. Supreme Court. (Getty)

It's the final day of oral arguments about the Affordable Care Act at the U.S. Supreme Court. Richard Epstein, professor of law at NYU, New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, and Avik Roy, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, discuss the arguments. Plus: renowned graphic designer Milton Glaser discusses his new book and talks about re-imagining peace; Lee Hirsch, director of the documentary "Bully;" and a medical professional from Bahrain discusses being imprisoned after treating pro-democracy demonstrators.

Reviewing Day Two of the Supreme Court Healthcare Hearings

Richard Epstein, professor of law at NYU and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, joins us from Chicago to discuss yesterday's arguments from the Supreme Court's healthcare reform case, and why the line of questioning was so significant.

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Eric Scheiderman on the Affordable Care Act

Eric Schneiderman, New York State Attorney General and co-chair of the Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities Working Group, talks about the Supreme Court's review of the Affordable Care Act and his amicus brief.

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Bully: The Documentary

Lee Hirsch, who directed and co-wrote the new documentary "Bully" (with Cynthia Lowen), discusses the film, his own history with bullying, and the popular petition to change the film's R rating so children can see it. The movie will open unrated on Friday, March 30. Kelby Johnson, an Oklahoma teenager who was bullied for being gay and who is in the film, also joins to discuss what happened to her.

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End of War: Milton Glaser's Process & Re-imagining Peace

Milton Glaser, renowned graphic designer and author of the new book In Search of the Miraculous or One Thing Leads to Another, discusses his new book about his creative process--and helps us launch a new project: Re-imagine the Peace Sign--as part of our End of War series.

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Fighting Torture in Bahrain

Nada Dhaif, a Bahraini oral surgeon, one of the 20 medical personnel sentenced to prison after treating pro-democracy demonstrators, talks about the appeal of her 15-year sentence and her work on behalf of fellow torture victims.

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Day 3: Supreme Court Healthcare Arguments Recap

Avik Roy, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, writes The Apothecary blog on healthcare policy for Forbes, and is livechatting at National Review Online on the Supreme Court healthcare case. He brings us up to speed on today's arguments on the severability issue being heard at the Supreme Court on the Affordable Healthcare Act case.

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