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The Supreme Court's Obamacare decision, in one sentence

You can read all of Chief Justice John Roberts' opinion upholding health insurance subsidies for the 34 states with federal Obamacare exchanges. But you can also understand it by reading this one sentence:

It's a simple argument: the point of Obamacare is to make health insurance markets work better and cover more people. To change the law so as to make them work worse, Roberts concluded, is to betray its clear intent.

Read more about the case in our card stack here: