The law’s opponents have a good chance of winning their next showdown, though it won’t threaten the law as a whole.
Aduhelm, the first new Alzheimer’s drug in 18 years, may not work. But states and Medicare might pay billions of dollars for it anyway.
With patient, painstaking work
Millions of Americans could lose their insurance—and neither Joe Biden nor the states will be in a good position to do much about it.
The Court may well invalidate the law, but not without taking a considerable risk.
The state previews how far Republican judges will go to obstruct Democrats in office.
The Founders didn’t believe that broad delegations of legislative power violated the Constitution, but conservative originalists keep insisting otherwise.
An appeals court ruled yesterday that the health-care law contains a constitutional flaw—and that most or all of the law may have to be scrapped.
The Fifth Circuit may be poised to accept a ridiculous argument against the Affordable Care Act.
Giving Republicans a symbolic victory could allow Democrats to preserve the ACA.
If there’s no penalty for going without insurance, there’s no injury. That should be obvious.
A court in Texas may put Obamacare on ice—everywhere.