Posted at 6:18 AM on June 28, 2012
by Catharine Richert
Filed under: Daily Digest
Welcome to the Daily Digest where a Supreme Court decision on the health care law is expected around 9 a.m. CT. Tune into MPR for live coverage.
Rep. Kurt Bills' campaign and the Minnesota for Marriage campaign say they were hacked.
Minnesota Vikings Chris Kluwe is working to defeat the marriage amendment.
FEMA officials are surveying the flood damage in Duluth.
The Legislature's lawyers defend the voter ID amendment language in a brief, the Star Tribune reports.
The Alliance for a Better Minnesota is running ads on the anniversary of last year's government shutdown in specific districts.
PoliGraph says that the Minnesota GOP is right about Tarryl Clark's tax record. She's running in the 8th Congressional District.
Expect the Supreme Court to issue its decision on the health care law today.
MPR's Brett Neely in Washington will be on the Daily Circuit.
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner has vowed to repeal the health care law if the Supreme Court doesn't overturn it.
Politico lays out win-lose scenarios based on the outcome of the court's decision.
#OtherSCOTUSpredictions was trending on Twitter last night. Capitol View found this one from @KWatt - aka Kevin Watterson, House GOP Media Services Director - especially hilarious: "Court finds 8-1 that frozen yogurt is practically ice cream, Breyer dissents. #otherSCOTUSpredictions"
Rep. Keith Ellison co-authored an op-ed about this week's Supreme Court decision regarding Montana's campaign finance rules.
The aging Supreme Court raises the stakes of this year's presidential election, the New York Times reports.
The U.S. House plans to vote today on whether to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress for failing to hand over documents dealing with the "Fast and Furious" operation.
Some Democrats, including Rep. Collin Peterson, will be voting in favor of the measure.
Time is running out to pass a transportation bill this year. Politico reports, and mentions Rep. Chip Cravaack.
An unintended consequence of last year's bin Laden raid, according to the LA Times: polio vaccines are being outlawed in some parts of Pakistan. The CIA used a phony vaccination program to track down bin Laden.
From the NYT Magazine: a profile of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The Presidential Campaign
Slate writes that Mitt Romney has a problem with specifics.
Obama's swing state ads appear to be working, suggests a new poll.
Vulnerable Democrats are distancing themselves from Obama.