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06/25/2015 05:41 pm ET | Updated Jun 25, 2015

Supreme Court Breakfast Table

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The most important thing about Thursday’s ruling in King v. Burwell, of course, is that critically important health insurance subsidies are saved for more than 6 million Americans. And that, in turn, will save the functioning of the health insurance market in states across the country. But I have a more parochial observation: This may be the greatest Supreme Court term any solicitor general has ever had.

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