ACA; Hiring More Cops; Uptown Real Estate

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The Supreme Court is about to rule on whether a key provision in the Affordable Care Act can stand -- if it doesn't, millions of people will lose their subsidies. Michele Jawando of the Center for American Progress and Elisabeth Benjamin, vice president of health initiatives at the Community Service Society, explain the politics and real-life implications of the ruling. Plus: de Blasio's decision to hire 1,300 new cops; a New Jersey news round-up; and New York City Council members Ydanis Rodriguez and Mark Levine discuss how the hot real estate market in their neighborhoods is having an adverse effect on some residents.