UC Irvine Dean Erwin Chemerinsky lays out the issues more concisely and clearly than anyone else I have come across. - GWC
Chemerinsky: SCOTUS Tackles Law and Politics of the Health Care Act - News - ABA Journal:
The legal issues before the Supreme Court are many and complex. Underlying it all, of course, is the political context. Every Republican in Congress voted against the Affordable Care Act. Every judge who has the reached the merits who was appointed by a Republican president, with two exceptions (6th Circuit Judge Jeffrey Sutton and District of Columbia Circuit Judge Laurence Silberman), has voted to strike it down. Every judge who has reached the merits who was appointed by a Democratic President, with one exception (Eleventh Circuit Judge Frank Hull), has voted to uphold it. Will the Supreme Court justices see it any differently?
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