Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg did not mean to, but she appears to have said that the Supreme Court has, at a minimum, ruled that the individual mandate in ObamaCare is unconstitutional.
As reported by POLITICO, the liberal Justice told the American Constitutional Society on Friday, June 15 that the one remaining ObamaCare question the Court must decide is is whether the whole law must fall if the individual mandate is unconstitutional — “or may the mandate be chopped, like a head of broccoli, from the rest of it?”
But they would not need to decide this question if they had already ruled that the individual mandate passes Constitutional muster.
This suggests, at a minimum, that the individual mandate is gone. But it may well be that the court has ruled that the entire ObamaCare law is, therefore, null and void because there is no severability clause...The High Court's decision, regardlesss of how it goes, is expected to be released next week.
In the meantime, if you want to stay healthy, eat your broccoli.
Added: Per Intrade, there is almost an 80% chance that the individual mandate gets ruled unconstitutional.