From the daily archives: Thursday, June 28, 2012

We have now had a first chance to read through the Supreme Court’s opinions upholding the Affordable Care Act.  The opinions total 193 pages – so there is likely some nuance that we missed or won’t fully appreciate for days or months or, even, years.

Lots of good coverage out there on the Internet, so we won’t repeat.  We particularly recommend the discussions on Slate and Scotusblog.

A couple of Ohio specific points:

First, a our friend @notgvn asked on Twitter about the Tea Party backed Amendment to the Ohio Constitution from the last election.  This provision provides […]

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We told you not to panic after oral arguments did not appear to go well on the Affordable Care Act.  And then we reminded you this week.

It appears that the Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act.  To Paraphrase the Vice President, this is a Big F’n Deal.  The decision is quite complicated.  We will parse through the opinion, which Can be found here, and try to explain the impact on Ohio in plain English as soon as we are able.

In the mean time, this is how ScotusBlog has described it:

In […]

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