(Bloomberg View) — What if the Supreme Court rules against the government in King v. Burwell, and the Obamacare subsidies end in states that have chosen not to set up health care exchanges?

Opinion is split on what comes next — both on what happens to people who have federal subsidies Even political scientists strongly disagree. Patrick Egan at the Monkey Cage believes the political part would mainly be a problem for Republicans. Scott Lemieux writing at the Week disagrees, noting that "presidents generally get both more credit and more blame for what happens under their watch than is justified by their power."

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