Results in King v. Burwell and Texas Housing v. Inclusive Communities Project, Inc.

Posted: June 28, 2015 by Nazim in ACA, Dissent, Public Health, Updates

This week’s episode covers King v Burwell, a case that saved Obamacare in America despite being almost completely incorrect from a strict statutory construction standpoint.  King is also compared to the Texas Disparate Housing case and how both cases illustrate the difference between being persuasive and being correct.   Brett and Nazim also share their thoughts on the outcome of the same sex marriage case, despite recording the day before it was decided.

This is not a test.

This is not a test.

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  1. nazguide says:

    One sign that Obamacare might be doing some good is that the percentage of adults without health insurance is the lowest it has ever been: http://consumerist.com/2015/07/10/percentage-of-adults-without-health-insurance-hits-new-low/

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