Briefly:

  • At Bloomberg Law, Lydia Wheeler reports that the court “is slated to hear two cases that could help decide the fate of Obamacare, and they have nothing to do with health care[:] The cases, which challenge the validity of a federal financial agency and a decades-old robocall law, focus on a central question at the heart of the Obamacare challenge— whether an entire law must be tossed out if one provision is found to be unconstitutional.”
  • In a new episode of Bloomberg Law’s Cases and Controversies podcast, Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin “get you current with the latest Obamacare case and the challenge to ‘faithless electors’”; they also “highlight star-powered arguments that featured tense rebuttals and even millennial slang.”
  • In the latest episode of the Heritage Foundation’s SCOTUS 101 podcast, Elizabeth Slattery and Tiffany Bates “talk about grants in cases involving ‘faithless’ presidential electors and the Little Sisters of the Poor,” “recap oral argument in the Montana school choice case and discuss the highlights of John Roberts’s new job presiding over President Trump’s impeachment trial.”

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Recommended Citation: Edith Roberts, Monday round-up, SCOTUSblog (Jan. 27, 2020, 6:30 AM), https://www.scotusblog.com/2020/01/monday-round-up-471/