April 6, 2020

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Monday round-up

Briefly:

  • At Bloomberg Legislation, Lydia Wheeler experiences that the court “is slated to listen to two instances that could enable make a decision the fate of Obamacare, and they have nothing at all to do with health care[:] The instances, which obstacle the validity of a federal financial agency and a a long time-previous robocall regulation, focus on a central problem at the heart of the Obamacare challenge— no matter if an whole regulation need to be tossed out if one particular provision is uncovered to be unconstitutional.”
  • In a new episode of Bloomberg Law’s Cases and Controversies podcast, Kimberly Robinson and Jordan Rubin “get you existing with the most up-to-date Obamacare circumstance and the obstacle to ‘faithless electors’” they also “highlight star-powered arguments that featured tense rebuttals and even millennial slang.”
  • In the most up-to-date episode of the Heritage Foundation’s SCOTUS one zero one podcast, Elizabeth Slattery and Tiffany Bates “talk about grants in instances involving ‘faithless’ presidential electors and the Little Sisters of the Weak,” “recap oral argument in the Montana faculty choice circumstance and go over the highlights of John Roberts’s new work presiding more than President Trump’s impeachment demo.”

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