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Mon March 26, 2012
Law

Supreme Court Watchers Vie For Front Row Seats

Originally published on Mon March 26, 2012 3:29 am

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Today the U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing oral arguments on the president's health care law. Six hours of arguments will be spread over three days. The court rarely takes that much time for a case. There are only 400 seats available inside the court. Outside the court, people began lining up as early as last Friday to get what they think could be a front row seat to history. NPR's Sonari Glinton reports from the steps of the Supreme Court.

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2:00am

Mon March 26, 2012
Law

Employers Monitor Health Care Law Arguments

The Supreme Court won't rule on President Obama's health care case until June. Republicans vow to repeal the law if they win big in November. David Wessel, economics editor of The Wall Street Journal, talks to David Greene about how the ruling could affect doctors, hospitals, employers and consumers.

2:00am

Mon March 26, 2012
NPR Story

Businessman Chosen As Hong Kong's Next Leader

A selection committee in Hong Kong has chosen a former Cabinet chief as the southern Chinese financial hubs next leader. The voters were handpicked by Beijing. Leung Chun-ying's term will start in July.

2:00am

Mon March 26, 2012
NPR Story

Michigan Furniture Maker Celebrates 100 Years

Originally published on Mon March 26, 2012 4:45 am

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Steelcase, the world's largest office furniture maker, is celebrating 100 years in business. But sales of the metal filing cabinets Steelcase is named for are declining - same with cubicles and other large pieces of office furniture.

LINDSEY SMITH, BYLINE: So, as Michigan Radio's Lindsey Smith reports, Steelcase says it's changing its identity.

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2:00am

Mon March 26, 2012
NPR Story

Global Nuclear Summit Opens In Seoul

Originally published on Mon March 26, 2012 3:15 am

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This is MORNING EDITION from NPR News. Good morning to you. I'm David Greene.

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