Coming soon: The next ObamaCare court challenges

The next wave of lawsuits likely wouldn’t put the whole law at stake, as the challenge to the individual mandate could have. But they’re going after pieces of the law that happen to be red meat for many conservative voters — like the law’s contraception mandate and a new Medicare panel that Republicans call a “rationing board.”

And one possible legal challenge, which would try to block the feds from offering subsidies in a federal health insurance exchange, is meant to exploit a loophole in the law. But it could also be a good “messaging hit” — allowing them to attack the subsidies they see as a budget-busting new entitlement…

The danger for Republicans is that the public could get sick of the debate. A Kaiser Family Foundation poll released Monday found that 56 percent of Americans — including 51 percent of independents with no party leanings — say they’re ready to move onto other issues after Thursday’s landmark health care ruling.