Welcome to your Thursday trail guide, the LA Times daily tour through the twist and turns of 2016 campaign. It's a decision day at the Supreme Court, which means Washington is waiting for two rulings that will scramble the campaign -- the Obergafell vs. Hodges on gay marriage and King vs. Burwell on Obamacare subsidies. The court could hand one or both down today -- or not. Watch this space for updates.
Here's what else we're watching:
_ Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is taking this shiny, new campaign for a drive in New Hampshire today at a "Politics & Eggs" breakfast at Saint Anselm College in Manchester. Meanwhile, Twitter lit up with Jindal's arrival in the race, but not necessarily as he expected.
_ Sen. Marco Rubio is also in New Hampshire for town-hall style events, several of his Republican rivals -- Ben Carson, Mike Huckabee and John Kasich -- are storming Iowa. On the Democratic side, Sen. Bernie Sanders is holding a press conference on Washington on his plans to overhaul the estate tax, while Hillary Clinton is raising money in New York City.
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Clinton: It's time to move on
Hillary Clinton applauds the decision, as expected and urges Republicans to end the repeal push, already. Perhaps most interesting in her 220-plus word statement, is the word that's missing: Obama. Clinton makes no reference to the president and refers to the law as the Affordable Care Act, not Obamacare, as it is more widely known. Here's an excerpt:
Bush: Healthcare will be 'one of' my top priorities
Jeb Bush picks up on the GOP battle cry in his statement on the court's decision. But it might prove interesting that he puts healthcare as only "one of" his top priorities, not the top priority.
SCOTUS decision reaction
The candidates are starting to weigh in on the King vs. Burwell decision. We'll post highlights as the statements roll in. But the first two in our inbox offer a pretty clear look at the two ends of the spectrum.
Follow @davidgsavage for the details. Here's the nut of the decision, written by Roberts, no less: