The Supreme Court on Monday turned aside the first attempt to pursue a constitutional challenge to the new federal health care law. The initial test sought to draw the Court into the nationwide controversy over the law, before any federal appeals court has yet ruled on it. The Court’s order denying review of Baldwin v. Sebelius (10-369) indicated there were no dissents and no recusals. That was at least a preliminary indication that, when the issue does reach the Court, Justice Elena Kagan, a former Obama Administration official, would take part. The Court granted no new cases.