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.
When it comes to the Affordable Care Act and evidence about what it means, opponents of the ACA have made a habit of only seeing what they want to see. The latest example is Ed Whelan’s response to Linda Greenhouse’s most recent column about K
In order to give a better sense of the content of the remarkable collection of briefs filed in support of the federal government in King v. Burwell, CAC has put together a comprehensive guide describing the arguments set forth in each of the 31 amici briefs along with links to the corresponding...