Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
The Supreme Court wasn’t solely focused on the Affordable Care Act arguments this week, even if the rest of the country could speak of nothing else. The Court also released five opinions, including three that we didn’t cover on Wednesday because we, (like everyone else), could speak of nothing but Medicaid and severability.
In split decisions, the Court reversed the Ninth Circuit in FAA v. Cooper (quel surprise!), affirmed the Fifth Circuit in Setser v. U.S., and reversed the Second Circuit in Vartelas v. Holder. Here’s a quick recap of what you should know about the latest Supreme Court opinions:
As for the most anticipated Supreme Court opinions of the year -- the healthcare rulings -- The Washington Post reports that the Nine probably know whether the Act lives or dies. The justices met today to vote on the Affordable Care Act cases, and to assign the majority opinion, (or, as is likely in this case, multiple opinions).
Experts anticipate that the opinions will be released in June.
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