June 26, 2015 -- Professor Adam Winkler commented on the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act. His comment appear in a Philadelphia Daily News article.
"It could just be a blip, but there's reason to suspect a more lasting change," said Adam Winkler, constitutional scholar and UCLA law professor. "Statistics show that this term may be the most liberal since the Warren Court of the late 1960s."
Winkler noted in an email interview that over the past year the Supreme Court - with its solid bloc of four liberal justices occasionally joined by Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy - has handed wins to progressives on housing discrimination, redistricting and campaign finance.
He also published an op-ed on the decision in the Huffington Post and commented in an MSNBC article.