To the Source (of much conversation)

So, I’ve mentioned before, but I’m going to refer you again to this great little source of entertainment–if you like to follow the Supreme Court. Today, published the audio of Wednesday’s oral arguments in King v. Burwell, the important challenge to the statutory construction of the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare. I have not listened to it, but I will be doing so in a few minutes as I run–yes, you can download the arguments.

You should listen to it too, rather than paying attention to second-hand commentary on the case.

King v. Burwell: Both Sides Now

Hey, if you’re interested in a well-balanced presentation on the so-to-be-argued-before-the-Supreme-Court case, King v. Burwell, you can’t do much better than this 1:28 min. long debate/question and answer at the Federalist Society. It features two fine attorneys arguing the merits of the case, one from each side of the issue. Quite informative.

UPDATE: Well, even a careful writer makes mistakes sometimes. In this case, I meant to post a link to this debate. The link above is also an excellent discussion, but the one down here is the link to the debate between two fine attorneys.