King v. Burwell in Short Compass

by Don Boudreaux on June 25, 2015

in Health, Law, Legal Issues, Politics

Here’s my summary of today’s King v. Burwell ruling: Congress may lie.

A somewhat more extended summary is that Congress may explicitly lie to the public even in the very words it uses in its statutes, and robed legislators will excuse and reinforce these lies.

See also my GMU colleague (from over in the law school) David Bernstein’s brief post.

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