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SCOTUSblog
 @SCOTUSblog
The Affordable Care Act stands. Justice BREYER writes the majority opinion. He's joined by the other two liberals (Sotomayor & Kagan) as well as three conservatives (Roberts, Thomas, & Barrett). Alito and Gorsuch dissent.
17 Jun, 02:07 PM UTC
Michael Beschloss
 @BeschlossDC
Dissenters in allowing Obamacare to stand were Alito and Gorsuch.
17 Jun, 02:10 PM UTC
Ryan Struyk
 @ryanstruyk
CNN: Supreme Court dismisses challenge to Obamacare, 7-2, leaving the law in place. Breyer, Roberts, Thomas, Sotomayor, Kagan, Kavanaugh and Barrett vote to reject the GOP-led states’ effort to topple the law. Alito and Gorsuch dissent.
17 Jun, 02:11 PM UTC
Lavern Spicer
 @lavern_spicer
Amy Comey Barrett, Brett Kavanaugh, Clarence Thomas John Roberts and of course the three liberals all voted to uphold Obamacare. Only Alito and Gorsuch voted against. SCOTUS is really a body of the Left.
17 Jun, 02:18 PM UTC
Ian Millhiser
 @imillhiser
I’m starting to worry that Samuel Alito may not have an aptitude for fair and impartial judging.
17 Jun, 06:11 PM UTC
Chris Geidner
 @chrisgeidner
Breaking: The Supreme Court rejects conservative states' challenges to the ACA on standing grounds. Opinion by Breyer for the 7-2 majority. Alito and Gorsuch dissent. https://t.co/hchCesRkTA https://t.co/ppKoSansKO
17 Jun, 02:04 PM UTC
Ian Millhiser
 @imillhiser
The key to understanding Alito's judicial philosophy is that he believes that the United States should be ruled by the Republican Party, and that laws should be interpreted consistent with this overarching principle. https://t.co/LTg2FzJ9ya
17 Jun, 05:48 PM UTC
Tony Posnanski
 @tonyposnanski
I’m extremely happy that the Supreme Court upheld the ACA but let me add that Justice Samuel Alito and Neil Gorsuch can fuck all the way off for voting against healthcare during a pandemic.
17 Jun, 04:27 PM UTC
Benjy Sarlin
 @BenjySarlin
Alito and Gorsuch adopted the view that after *repeatedly failing* to repeal the ACA and explicitly abandoning the project, Congress showed it really intended to destroy the entire bill because one faction of one party maybe had it in mind when they voted on a tax bill https://t.co/QA5nR156xU
17 Jun, 05:06 PM UTC
Chase Strangio
 @chasestrangio
Here's the good news on Fulton. It is very narrow and fact-specific. Alito hates it. General doctrine survives - especially if Breyer retires.
17 Jun, 02:53 PM UTC
Robert VerBruggen
 @RAVerBruggen
My God, Alito and Gorsuch. @RAVerBruggen's photo on Alito
17 Jun, 04:59 PM UTC
Agolf Twitler Slayer
@bblock29
Did someone say, Efff Alito and Gorsuch?
17 Jun, 03:29 PM UTC
Mike Sacks
 @MikeSacksEsq
Alito's 77-page Fulton concurrence has me thinking that Roberts did actually assign him the original majority decision and himself the Obamacare decision until Breyer engineered a bipartisan coup in Fulton that Roberts took for himself while reassigning Obamacare to Breyer.
17 Jun, 02:58 PM UTC
John P. Flannery
@JonFlan
The Supreme Court upholds Obamacare 7-2 (Alito & Gorsuch dissent) affecting 23 million persons - opinion upholding act by my favorite justice Breyer - defeating effort by Tyrant Trump and by Red states to repeal the Act -https://t.co/5ZCvrWqO6W
17 Jun, 02:42 PM UTC
Steven Mazie
 @stevenmazie
Today's SCOTUS is increasingly looking like a 3-3-3 Court: three progressives (Breyer, Kagan, Sotomayor), three center-conservatives (Roberts, Kavanaugh, Barrett), three hard-right conservatives (Thomas, Alito, Gorsuch).
17 Jun, 02:56 PM UTC
Elie Mystal
 @ElieNYC
Just to put a bow on this, look at Alito's concurrence (I haven't read it yet, cause it's 77 goddamn pages). That's what Breyer, Soto, and Kagan were looking at if they didn't take Roberts's unanimous "deal."
17 Jun, 03:00 PM UTC
Twitter Moments
 @TwitterMoments
The 7-2 decision, to which Justices Alito and Gorsuch dissented, leaves the Affordable Care Act in place. https://t.co/QmDoneiKq6
17 Jun, 02:53 PM UTC
🎹 wajobu 🎹
@wajobumusic
@BeschlossDC Perhaps Alito and Gorsuch would like to surrender the free healthcare that we buy for them.
17 Jun, 02:13 PM UTC
Max Kennerly
 @MaxKennerly
In Fulton, there were five votes to create special religious rights that judges would enforce at their discretion: Thomas, Alito, Gorsuch, Barrett, Kavanaugh. But Barrett & Kavanaugh were convinced to join a more limited holding for now. Bad times lie ahead. https://t.co/7buC3Uogjv
17 Jun, 03:02 PM UTC
Professor Pecknold
@ccpecknold
Come for the unanimous decision defending the Catholic Church, stay for Justice Alito’s devastating concurrence that shows how much damage Scalia’s argument in Employment vs. Smith has caused — and the reason why today’s decision stands on shaky ground. https://t.co/xUzFv9FXX8 https://t.co/JALy3V2j3w
17 Jun, 03:52 PM UTC
Ed Whelan
@EdWhelanEPPC
No shunning. Prospective foster parents pick agencies they want to work with. As Alito notes, "As far as the record reflects, no same-sex couple has ever approached CSS," but if one did, CSS would refer couple to another agency. Notice how word "unanimous" is also missing. https://t.co/vJ9YzNk3xO
17 Jun, 06:11 PM UTC
Eric Segall
@espinsegall
ALITO AND GORSUCH, IT APPEARS, WOULD HAVE STRUCK DOWN THE ENTIRE LAW. UNIMAGINABLE HUBRIS.
17 Jun, 02:05 PM UTC
Mark Joseph Stern
 @mjs_DC
From Alito's Fulton opinion ... are we certain that taking drugs for religious purposes is "surely" expressive conduct that falls under the free speech clause à la flag burning?? https://t.co/ncQ8z0vOTQ @mjs_DC's photo on Alito
17 Jun, 06:09 PM UTC
Scott Lemieux
@LemieuxLGM
But as the tone of Alito's dissent makes clear, the REAL argument against the ACA has nothing to with federalism, it's "the Constitution enacted Ms. Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged, so regulations and subsidies designed to increase access to healthcare are bad" https://t.co/RLtMAlUtHY
17 Jun, 07:10 PM UTC
Scott Lemieux
@LemieuxLGM
My innovative methodology was to focus on questions like "what are the outcomes of Alito's judicial opinions" rather than questions like "is his writing style like Scalia's" or "does he like baseball?"
17 Jun, 07:35 PM UTC
Scott Lemieux
@LemieuxLGM
The Alito/Gorsuch argument on severability is literally that the statute should be interpreted as if Congress intended to repeal the ACA even though it had declined to do so months earlier: https://t.co/t1IonHefms
17 Jun, 07:25 PM UTC
Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy
@HarvardJLPP
A couple of JLPP pieces cited in Justice Alito's Fulton concurrence today, including Branton Nestor's 2019 Note on "The Original Meaning and Significance of Early State Provisos to the Free Exercise of Religion." What an amazing accomplishment for Branton, a recent JLPP alum! https://t.co/I8Z8gr0ywt
17 Jun, 02:41 PM UTC
Scott Lemieux
@LemieuxLGM
The first time our blog led me to a publishing gig was when @sam_rosenfeld saw my "contrarian" posts about how Sam Alito would be a human manifestation of the most recent Republican Party platform rather than the apolitical moderate he was being sold as by a lot of the press
17 Jun, 07:34 PM UTC
Michael Gardner
@GardnerHadrons
@BenjySarlin @chrislhayes Whenever stupid dissents are released, Alito's name is ALWAYS on it
17 Jun, 05:23 PM UTC
Southern Conservative🐶
@SouthernConsDem
The unanimous decision that was handed down today for the case Fulton v. City of Philadelphia was rare not only because of the unanimity on a culture war case but also because of the reasoning that Amy Coney Barrett, Kavanaugh and Roberts didn’t side with Alito.
17 Jun, 07:18 PM UTC