Peter Suderman on the Halbig Case

Earlier coverage of the Halbig case here. As Suderman points out, the challenge to the federal subsidies was entirely plausible and legitimate, and as a bonus, yet another court found that the Obama administration was in the process of breaking the law. As referenced in my earlier post, I know that there are people who are dismissive of the Halbig decision. But Suderman offers a number of reasons not to be, and shows that the challenge to the Obamacare subsidies is a great deal more substantive than critics of Halbig think or would prefer to believe.