Logical Reasonings

  • /Reviewed by: Matt Riley
  • A) Big, big news from the Supreme Court today – in its decision on King v. Burwell, the Court upheld a key provision of ObamaCare that provides consumers with subsidies to purchase healthcare. Also of note: a nice little zinger in Scalia’s dissenting opinion, in which he criticized Obama for playing fast and loose with legality and wrote, “We should start calling this law SCOTUScare.” The Hill

    B) As of July 1, LSAC will no longer provide schools or candidates with score reports for tests taken over five years ago. If you took the test over five years ago and want a copy of your score report, find out more details here. LSAC

    C) This title is so perfect that I have no further comment: Jury Clears Mascot In Hot-Dog-Flinging Case. Lowering the Bar

    D) It’s probably no surprise to you that Whole Foods is expensive. However, New York City’s Department of Consumer Affairs is alleging that Whole Foods routinely overcharges – for instance, by overstating the weight on meat sold by the pound. Washington Post

    E) I’m still not sick of Jimmy Kimmel’s video challenges, and if you disagree with me, you’re wrong. Here, he asks viewers to serve their dads breakfast in the shower for Father’s Day. YouTube

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