Antonin Scalia Says "Start Calling It SCOTUSCare" Because John Roberts Keeps "Rewriting" Obamacare


Ilya Shapiro, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, explains Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's comments on the court's dessent for the decision to uphold a major portion of Obamacare.

ILYA SHAPIRO, CATO INSTITUTE: He calls it "SCOTUSCare," that is that Chief Justice John Roberts keeps rewriting the law. In this case to give the IRS more power than what the dissenting justices and challengers thought. The fact that exchanges established by the states can be the exchange established by the federal government makes no sense to Justice Scalia.


It really is remarkable as this law's unpopularity continues across the country, the Court keeps upholding it, and it becomes a live political issue cycle after cycle.

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