STEPHANOPOULOS: Good morning and welcome to “This Week.” (BEGIN VIDEOTAPE) STEPHANOPOULOS: An historic battle at the Supreme Court. CHIEF JUSTICE JOHN G. ROBERTS: Can the government require you to buy a cell phone? STEPHANOPOULOS: After days of tough questions, is Obamacare going down? How will the decision change the presidential election and your health care? Then, as Republicans close ranks around Romney, he fires at Obama. ROMNEY: President Obama’s economic strategy is a bust. STEPHANOPOULOS: And the president fires back. OBAMA: Their philosophy is simple – you are on your own. STEPHANOPOULOS: Plus, the House passes Paul Ryan’s budget. Is it a big victory for the GOP or a campaign gift for Democrats? What’s at stake for you? Questions this morning for our headliners, Republican Budget Chair Paul Ryan and the ranking Democrat Chris Van Hollen. Then. UNIDENTIFIED MALE: American dream. Only takes one dollar. STEPHANOPOULOS: Mega Millions mania. Three lucky winners, but are these lotteries a bonanza for state budgets or bad public policy? That and all the week’s politics on our powerhouse roundtable with George Will, former Obama adviser Van Jones, conservative columnist Ann Coulter, Matt Bai of the New York Times, and ABC’s Supreme Court expert Terry… Read full this story
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