Afternoon round-up: Today’s decision in King v. Burwell
on Jun 25, 2015 at 6:36 pm
This morning the Court announced its decision in King v. Burwell, holding that individuals who purchase their health insurance on exchanges established by the federal government will be eligible for tax subsidies. An archived version of the live blog is here. Lyle Denniston covered the decision for this blog, Amy Howe explained the outcome in Plain English, and Mark Walsh provided a view from the Courtroom. This blog is also hosting a symposium on this case.
Other early coverage of the decision comes from Pete Williams at NBC News, Mark Murray also with NBC News, Sarah Ferris and Peter Sullivan at The Hill, Ariane de Vogue, Jeremy Diamond, and Deena Zaru at CNN on Justice Antonin Scalia’s dissent, Adam Liptak at The New York Times, Lawrence Hurley at Reuters, Jayne O’Donnell and Richard Wolf at USA Today, Brent Kendall, Louise Radnofsky, and Jess Bravin at The Wall Street Journal, Robert Barnes at The Washington Post, Paul Barrett at Bloomberg Business, Jeff Overley at Law360 (subscription or registration required), Noam N. Levey at the Los Angeles Times, David M. Drucker at the Washington Examiner, Jonathan Cohn and Jeffrey Young at Huffington Post, Devin Montgomery at Jurist, Sam Baker at National Journal, Sarah Kliff at Vox, and Krishnadev Calamur at NPR,
Commentary comes from Noah Feldman, Megan McArdle, and Cass R. Sunstein, at Bloomberg View, Brianne J. Gorod at USA Today, Jeffrey Toobin at CNN, attorneys at Fisher & Phillips, Aaron Yelowitz, Ilya Shapiro, Roger Pilon, and Michael F. Cannon, all at Cato at Liberty, Dahlia Lithwick at Slate, Tara Culp-Ressler at Think Progress, Michelle M. Mello at Stanford Lawyer, Nina Owcharenko at The Daily Signal, Amy Davidson at The New Yorker, Kenneth Jost at Jost on Justice, Peter Suderman at Hit & Run Blog, Bruce Japsen at Forbes, Michael Bobelian at Forbes, Daniel Fisher at Forbes and again at Forbes, Michael Dorf at Dorf on Law, Garrett Epps at The Atlantic, Eric J. Segall at ACS Law, Carrie Severino at National Review, Timothy G. Verrall and Hera S. Arsen at Ogletree Deakins, Wendy Parmet at Human Rights At Home Blog, Rick Hasen at Election Law Blog, the Constitutional Accountability Center, and Jonathan H. Adler at The Volokh Conspiracy.