Judge Marcus, meanwhile, said the case struck him as an argument over individual liberties, but he questioned whether the judicial branch should "stop at the water's edge" or intervene.
U.S. judges seem receptive to health care challenge →
"If it's rational, doesn't my job stop at the water's edge?" he said. "Isn't it for the legislative branch to make those kinds of calculations and determinations?"
Judges seem receptive to health care challenge →