A.M. MHP: March 30

Updated

CNN interviewed Robert Zimmerman, Jr., the brother of Trayvon Martin’s confessed killer, last night.

NPR interviewed Trayvon’s father, who said, “…we’re not looking for an eye for an eye. We’re just looking for justice to be served.”

The House of Representatives passed Rep. Paul Ryan’s new budget yesterday, with zero Democratic votes.

Though we won’t know it until June, the Supreme Court will likely decide the fate of the Affordable Care Act as soon as today.

Sounding more like a Republican congressman than a Supreme Court Justice, Anthony Scalia said he didn’t want to read the entire health care law before he rules upon it.

Manufacturing company Foxconn, maker of Apple products (among others), promises to reform its heavily-criticized labor practices in China.

A new documentary examines bullying in schools.

A.M. MHP: March 30

Updated