by Caroline Cox
At The Washington Post, Elizabeth B. Wydra discusses five myths about King v. Burwell and argues that “the Affordable Care Act provides financial assistance to all Americans who need it, regardless of who administers the insurance marketplace in their state.”
Sarah Kilff writes at Vox that the Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act will decide not only the fate of the ACA, but also whether a cancer patient can receive chemotherapy.
At The New York Times, Vikas Bajaj argues that the FCC’s approval of strong net neutrality rules is “the right thing for the public interest.”
Steven Mazie of The Economist considers the recent oral argument for the religious discrimination case against retailer Abercrombie & Fitch.
Nina Totenberg of NPR provides a look at the ruling in Yates v. United States, which questioned whether a law designed to prevent document shredding could be applied to objects such as fish.