Play the video above to see these stories on AZ Illustrated Metro for Wednesday, Oct. 2:

SUPREME COURT CASES: An interview with Toni Massaro, former dean of the University of Arizona's James E. Rogers College of Law, about what cases are coming up in the forthcoming Supreme Court term.

AFFORDABLE CARE ACT ENROLLMENT: The health insurances exchanges, or marketplaces, are open to Arizonans who are uninsured, or who purchase insurance as an individual, and are not part of a group through an employer. There are about 1 million residents of this state who qualify, said Herb K. Schultz, the regional director of the Health and Human Services Department.

ARIZONA'S 4-H PROGRAM: Arizona's 4-H program has been around for 100 years, but what it is today is not necessarily what people expect. There are robotics, cake decorating and all-terrain vehicle programs, in addition to the traditional livestock judging and showmanship programs. We'll talk to the director, a college student and a younger participant to get a look at today's 4-H.

NATIVE GOVERNANCE: A chat with thec of the Tohono O'odham Nation, Ned Norris, about how that nation's tribal government is a model for teaching students about effective tribal leadership.

AZ Illustrated Metro is produced by Andrea Kelly. Contact her at akelly@azpm.org.