Well, that was exciting, wasn't it?

And I mean exciting in a totally predictable way.

Did anyone really think the Supreme Court would have ruled against the subsidies in King v. Burwell? Whether the language was constitutional or not, the decision wasn't about interrupting the law — it was essentially about avoiding the market's "death spiral" should the subsidies be gutted.

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