Today produced one of the Supreme Court term's few true conservative-liberal splits, and showed additional signs of a generational divide on criminal law.
The Supreme Court gave us one unanimous opinion and two messes, one larger than the other.
The logic of Justice Alito's California v. Texas dissent would apply equally to the Affordable Care Act replacement Republicans tried to pass.
A handy index of my writing on this improbable ACA challenge.
The article explains the Court's ruling, and why the plaintiff states deserved to lose on the main issue.