We have become accustomed to off the wall ideas being embraced by the United States Supreme Court (e.g. Chief Justice Warren Burger dismissed out of hand the idea of an individual right to bear arms - a right enshrined now by a court majority).
Another is that arguments between the branches about how to enforce a law are best left to the Congress and President to work out. And that a significant stake in the outcome is required to afford federal court jurisdiction. Congress as an institution has no such stake. But now a District Court has tossed aside these will established doctrines in the relentless effort to destroy the Affordable Care Act. - gwc
A Legal Setback for the Affordable Care Act — NEJM: Perspective from The New England Journal of Medicine — A Legal Setback for the Affordable Care Act
by Nicholas Bagley, J.D. (University of Michigan Law School)