The Obama administration’s closing appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court after six hours of oral arguments seemed to signal just how concerned it was about the fate of its 2010 health-care law. Speaking at the end of his time during the afternoon session Wednesday (March 28), Solicitor General Donald Verrilli pleaded with the nine justices to practice restraint regarding “a judgment of policy” by Congress that secures the “blessings of liberty” for millions of chronically ill Americans.