Monday round-up

The Court returns this morning to issue one or more opinions in argued cases.  One of the most highly anticipated cases still outstanding is King v. Burwell, the challenge to the availability of subsidies for individuals who purchase their health insurance on an exchange created by the federal government.  In The New Republic, Simon Lazarus discusses the possibility that Justice Anthony Kennedy might “see the case more as an opportunity to advance his federalism ideology, than as a second shot at vindicating the Republican political priority of crippling Obamacare.”  At Mother Jones, Stephanie Mencimer suggests that it will be Chief Justice John Roberts who will vote to save the law, including because of the money at stake for businesses in the case.
Last week’s decision in Reed v. Town of Gilbert, in which the Court struck down a

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