Will the fight over ObamaCare
live even if the law dies? An
article in Politico suggests that if the Supreme Court
overturns the law, "winding it down could be almost as contentious
as building it up." I'm skeptical. From a narrow, Beltway-focused
perspective, it is certainly true that various administrative
controversies will remain. But nationally, winding down the law is
unlikely to result in even close to the volume of uproar that
accompanied passage and initial implementation.
On Thursday morning, the Supreme Court is expected to finally hand down its monumental decision on ObamaCare. And based largely on the strong skepticism that the court's conservative justices expressed about the law's constitutional...
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