The past 24 hours have been, to borrow a phrase, “fast and furious”. The past 4 have been intense. It’s understandable that you may have missed a post or two about the Supreme Court ruling on ObamaCare, and the reactions that have followed.
We’ll keep posting reactions as they come in. In the meantime, here is a brief timeline of what you may have missed:
Senator McDaniel joined Keith Plunkett for this interview to discuss the basics behind the challenge and what he was expecting from the ruling. He also talks about the affects the law would have on Mississippi’s budget.
June 28, 7:40AM: Obamacare: A few quick thoughts before the SCOTUS decision
Keith Plunkett discusses the importance of the ruling just hours before the decision.
News of the initial ruling regarding the individual mandate.
June 28, 9:26AM: Medicaid Expansion: SCOTUS ruling on Obamacare
The court rules that states have the right to opt out of expansion of eligibility of Medicaid without penalty.
June 28, 9:42AM: SCOTUS ruling on Obamacare in plain English.
The title says it all: the ruling in a nutshell.
June 28, 9:53AM: SCOTUS on Obamacare: The full opinion.
Links to the official full opinion from the Supreme Court.
A reader questions if the definition of the individual mandate as a tax invalidate the entire law based on Article 1, Section 7 of the Constitution.
June 28, Beginning at 10:34AM: Reactions from Mississippi.
Mississippi Speaker Philip Gunn
We’ll be adding more reactions and statements as they become available.
- Not sure what you missed in the immigration debate? Here’s a rundown of the week’s posts from Mississippi PEP. (mississippipep.wordpress.com)