The Affordable Care Act does not say what the lawyers fighting to undermine it say it says, and that alone should be enough to resolve this case. Should the justices chose not to follow the law in this case, however, they should have no illusions about what will happen. Scott Walker has already told them.
The Supreme Court carved so many holes in campaign finance law that another hole can only allow but so much more money to leak out. Nevertheless, these changes could prove quite significant if one of the Court's five Republicans are replaced.
The contest seeks to show that, if enticed by a cash prize, a community of scholars can discover something that the justices themselves cannot find -- or at least that they claim not to have found -- a way to prevent lawmakers from choosing their own voters.