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On his blog, Class Notes, Dean Michael Feuer reflects on today's decision by the Supreme Court to uphold the Affordable Care Act and discusses what the decision might mean for future conversations on funding and managing public education:
Today the Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act, which means that what was probably the signature domestic policy priority of the Obama administration will remain in law unless it is changed or repealed by Congress in the future. I’m not a lawyer, or a speed reader, so I won’t comment on the full decision of the Court. But I will share a few quick reactions.