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No, Professor Adler, General Verrilli did not “flub” his “objective proof” that King v. Burwell petitioners’ counsel Michael Carvin made up his claim that “Established by the State” got into the ACA as part of a fictitious “deal” with Senator Ben Nelson.
With the Supreme Court scheduled to hear oral argument in King v. Burwell next week, those looking for clues as to what the Court will decide later this year when it rules in King need look no further than a very different case the Court decided today.  In Yates v.
There’s never been much substance to the arguments made by petitioners in King v.

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No, Professor Adler, General Verrilli did not “flub” his “objective proof” that King v. Burwell petitioners’ counsel Michael Carvin made up his claim that “Established by the State” got into the ACA as part of a fictitious “deal” with Senator Ben Nelson.

February 25, 2015

With the Supreme Court scheduled to hear oral argument in King v. Burwell next week, those looking for clues as to what the Court will decide later this year when it rules in King need look no further than a very different case the Court decided today.  In Yates v.