After what must have felt like the political equivalent of the world’s longest and most invasive prostate exam, President Obama can finally lift his elbows from the examination table and give his legacy a round of applause. The Affordable Care Act survived its latest (and possibly last) Supreme Court challenge as a 6-3 decision affirmed the “administration’s view that subsidies should be available for all low and moderate-income Americans wherever they live, not just in states that have set up their own health insurance exchanges.”

+ From Scalia’s scalpel to Roberts’ Rx, here are the 8 best lines from the huge Obamacare ruling, from applesauce to jiggery-pokery. The key line for the majority: “Congress passed the Affordable Care Act to improve health insurance markets, not to destroy them.”

+ Obama’s domestic legacy was essentially cemented during this one single week when Obamacare survived the court, the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal was fast-tracked on a course towards completion, and Obama appeared on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast. (There have been times when I didn’t accomplish that much in two weeks.)