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Today the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in King v. Burwell, the most recent challenge to the ACA. The Washington Post’s Jason Millman offers a summary of the arguments, and SCOTUSBlog analysts Eric Citron and Lyle Denniston emphasize that Justice Anthony Kennedy implied that limiting subsidies to states with their own exchanges would be unconstitutionally coercive, one of his most deeply-held legal principles. But the challengers’ lawyer said the ACA should be overturned because it was written by “white women and minorities.” Umm … whuh?

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Morning FeatureSystems and Conditions: The Constitution and Gridlock
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