A Pause Before The Shredding

“[T]he justices will vote 6–3 or 7–2 to uphold the mandate, with the chief justice joining the majority so he can write a careful opinion that cabins the authority of the Congress to do anything more than regulate the health-insurance market. No mandatory gym memberships or forced broccoli consumption. And then — having been hailed as the John Marshall of the 21st century — he will proceed to oversee two years during which the remainder of the Warren Court revolution will be sent through the wood chipper.”
— Here’s the most optimistic view of the healthcare law’s chances with the Supreme Court.