On Monday, March 26, 2012, oral arguments began before the United States Supreme Court in HHS v. Florida, the case challenging health care reform. The Court first heard arguments regarding its ability to decide the case at this time due to the Anti-Injunction Act, which forbids courts to consider lawsuits that aim to prevent a tax from being implemented. The second day of arguments focused on the PPACA individual mandate and whether Congress has the ability to compel individuals to buy health insurance. On the third day of arguments, the Court heard arguments regarding the need to strike the law in whole or in part if the individual mandate is eliminated, and whether states can be required to expand their Medicaid programs. A ruling is expected from the Supreme Court in June 2012.