House v. Burwell

No, no...not that one. Not that one either. Nor that one. Nope, not even that one. It's also not this one, which I wrote about last month.

No, this is a different court case, which hinges on the "origination clause":

The challenge concerns the Origination Clause, which provides that “[a]ll Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills.” The original idea was to give control over the power to raise revenue to the House, which was thought to be more directly accountable to the people than the Senate, whose members were then selected by state legislatures.