November 14, 2014
Quote of the Day
"But this Court does not revise legislation . . . just because the text as written creates an apparent anomaly as to some subject it does not address. Truth be told, such anomalies often arise from statutes, if for no other reason than that Congress typically legislates by parts -- addressing one thing without examining all others that might merit comparable treatment. Rejecting a similar argument that a statutory anomaly made "not a whit of sense," we explained in one recent case that "Congress wrote the statute it wrote" -- meaning, a statute going so far and no further. . .
John Jordan wonders if she will feel the same hearing King v. Burwell. Quote of the Day Posted by John Kranz at November 14, 2014 3:55 PM