by Caroline Cox
Sue Bell Cobb writes for Politico on how the influx of money into the American judicial system is making it harder to have fair courts.
Coverage of King v. Burwell continues with Greg Sargent discussing in The Washington Post how it is unlikely that Congress could provide a legislative fix if the Court decides to invalidate the Affordable Care Act subsidies.
Oliver Roeder argues at Five Thirty Eight that based on Wednesday’s oral arguments the chances of the Supreme Court saving the Affordable Care Act are looking up.
At The Economist, Steven Mazie dissects the oral arguments and considers how the Court will split on the case.
Marty Lederman provides some insight into the argument of coercion of the states and the federalism canons in King v. Burwell at Balkinization.