Upholding law demonstrates Court's ability to keep politics out of cases

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Chief Justice Roberts’ opinion upholding much of the Affordable Care Act should quiet critics who say the court acts out of partisan impulses. "It is going to send a message that this court is deciding cases not just on politics…and that it is really committed to the law," said Robert Reinstein, a professor at Temple’s Beasley School of Law. "That will give it credibility for future decisions that may be more ideological."