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Doug Kendall: What a Conservative Judicial Revolution Looks Like

As the Supreme Court's conservative majority stands poised at the edge of a cliff -- debating whether or not to strike down the Affordable Care...
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The assault on American constitutional democracy: Right-wing judicial activism, a partisan Supreme Court, and the end of Obamacare

US Politics / Liberal : The Reaction (3 years ago)

By Michael J.W. Stickings With the Supreme Court set to rule on the Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare") later this month, and with signs pointing to the Court striking it down at least in part -- specifically the individual mandate, o... Read Post

Health Care And The SCOTUS Day 3, Part I: The Justices Flirt With Chaos

US Politics / Liberal : The Wonk Room (3 years ago)

It is probably not the case that the Supreme Court is poised to strike down the entire Affordable Care Act if it finds just one provision of it unconstitutional. Among other things, after conservative superlawyer Paul Clement spent ... Read Post

The Fruitless Search for the Supreme Court's Rationale

US Politics / Liberal : Tapped (3 years ago)

Yesterday, Ben Smith quoted a conservative lawyer offering a way the Supreme Court's conservative majority may think about striking down the Affordable Care Act. Essentially, this lawyer said, they think that the last 70 years of th... Read Post


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