Menu of today’s coverage
on Jun 25, 2015 at 11:44 pm
This morning the Court announced two decisions, Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs v. The Inclusive Communities Project, holding that the Fair Housing Act allows causes of action based on disparate impact, and 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 An archived version of the live blog is here.
Mark Walsh has reported on the “view” from the Courtroom during today’s opinion announcements.
We are also hosting “snap” symposia on both decisions. When a contributor’s name is highlighted, his or her post has been published.
Health-care symposium contributors:
- Nicholas Bagley – University of Michigan
- Randy Barnett – Georgetown
- Michael Cannon – Cato
- David Rivkin and Elizabeth Price Foley – BakerHostetler
- Einer Elhauge – Harvard
- Tom Fisher – Indiana
- Abbe Gluck – Yale
- Brianne Gorod – Constitutional Accountability Center
- Timothy Jost – Washington and Lee
- Adam White – Boyden Gray & Associates
Housing symposium contributors: