Next week, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments about the constitutionality of the health care reform bill passed by Congress and signed into law by President Obama two years ago.

I have a very extensive list of resources on the law itself — The Best Online Resources For Learning About Health Care Reform (that list also includes information on health care around the world and the history of health care reform efforts). But now I thought it would be useful to share resources on the debate that will be unfolding before the Court.

Here are my choices for The Best Resources For Learning About the Health Care Debate:

The Health-Care Debate is a Wall Street Journal interactive.

A Guide to the Supreme Court Challenges to Obama’s Health Care Law is from The New York Times.

C-Span Classroom has an interactive called Is The Health Care Reform Law Constitutional?

Health care overhaul: Law faces high court review is an Associated Press interactive.

The Health Reform Law’s Wild Ride: A Timeline is from The PBS News Hour.

Here’s a CNN video:

A Viewer’s Guide to Supreme Court Arguments on Health Care Law is from The PBS News Hour.

What Happens If The Individual Mandate Falls? is a useful infographic.

Health Care Reform By the Numbers is from the PBS News Hour.

Justices Tackle The Big Question: Can Congress Force You To Buy Insurance? is from NPR and is the best short piece I’ve seen laying out the issues involved.

Insurance Mandate A Tough Sell To Justices is also from NPR.

Before the Law: Understanding the Supreme Court Case on the Affordable Care Act is from The New York Times Learning Network.

What If The Mandate Goes Down is from The New Yorker.

What Happens If the Individual Mandate Is Struck Down is from The Atlantic.

Americans on the 2010 Health Care Law is from The New York Times.

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