In case you just arrived on a trans-Atlantic flight, the Supreme Court largely upheld Obamacare.
Andrew Gounardes is looking to goad Marty Golden into a real race.
Another living wage advocate compared Mayor Bloomberg to a pharaoh, adding he’s “just like the generals in Egypt.”
Ydanis Rodriguez said Adriano Espaillat will win.
Rory Lancman is backing a different candidate for his seat than the county organization.
Scott Stringer on the middle class housing squeeze: “You shouldn’t have to choose between a second kid and the suburbs.”
Mayor Bloomberg scored a win with a court ruling that taxis don’t have to be accessible.
Dan Halloran called the Supreme Court decision “the biggest tax increase in American history.”
While to Rush Limbaugh it’s the biggest one “in the history of the world.”
President Obama was watching FOX and CNN when they reported the news wrong.
Hey lefties: meet John Roberts, your new favorite Supreme Court justice.
At last, Roberts lived up to the notions of restraint that he talked about during his confirmation.
Roberts may be the best politician in the country, Ezra Klein writes, upholding the conservative constitutional arguments about the law but upholding it on a technicality.
Red State Democrats are managing a balancing act with the health care ruling.
Deval Patrick meanwhile, is touting the health care gains that Massachusetts saw thanks to Romneycare.
The ruling cemented Obama’s political legacy, experts say.
The blocking of the Medicaid expansion will be a problem however, writes Ed Kilgore
Meanwhile, the House voted to hold Eric Holder in contempt.
Two New York Democrats were among those to support the move.