"Well, look, the verdict is the verdict," Kasich said. "What I will say is that I think the people of Cleveland handled this, I mean, they should be so proud of themselves and we should look at Cleveland as a model."
After a post-midnight vote Saturday, the Senate took no action to extend or revise the National Security Agency's controversial phone data surveillance program. The program, along with other sections of the Patriot Act, will expire as planned on June 1.
King v. Burwell, in other words, threatens the individual health insurance markets in about three dozen states. The Senate Republican's proposed response to King, however, is to blow up the individual health insurance market in all 50 states.