It's day two of ObamaCare hearing before the Supreme Court and just 36 percent of Americans approve of the law as the Justices will hear arguments today about whether or not government mandated healthcare is constitutional.
A CBS News/New York Times poll shows 47 percent of Americans disapprove of the president's Affordable Care Act, including 30 percent who strongly disapprove. In the poll, conducted March 21-25, only 36 percent of those questioned said they support the law either somewhat or strongly.
Townhall's Kate Hicks has you covered with details from inside the courtroom.
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