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09.27.09

Proposed Health Reform Legislation Raises (but does not resolve) Important Procedural Issues

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In our last post we demonstrated that Congress has the authority under Article I of the Constitution to adopt all of the health reform proposals it is currently considering seriously (or at least that the current Supreme Court would uphold the authority of Congress to do so). This does not mean, however, that Congress is […]

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