Conservatives have enjoyed judicial victories over the past couple of weeks. Harris v. Quinn saw the Supreme Court limiting the power for pubic sector unions to collect dues, albeit it was a very narrow ruling; as was the Hobby Lobby decision that granted religious exemptions to “closely-held corporations.”
Yet, another case could put the entire health care law back in the crosshairs. It’s still yet to be decided by the D.C. Court Of Appeals, but Halbig v. Burwell (formerly Sebelius) could place Obamacare’s constitutional fate back in the hands the Supreme Court.
The issue deals with federal subsidies being given to individuals to help them buy insurance on an exchange (via Jonathan Turley):
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