This page provides links to the posts in this blog’s PPACA Severability Series.
Post 1 describes the ugly doctrinal state of affairs revealed at oral argument.
Post 2 explains how an inseverability holding is non-judicial in nature.
Post 3 discusses an accountability problem that results from modern severability doctrine.
Post 4 focuses on the excision metaphor and its role in underwriting a legislative function for the judiciary.
Here is an after-the-fact post about the Joint Dissent’s inseverability reasoning.