By Mark Hall
Here is a link to the Senate’s health care bill. Perusing some of its 2000 pages, I came across the following, SEC. 1501 (p. 320), which should put to rest any argument that an individual mandate exceeds Congress’ powers under the Commerce Clause: Congress makes the following findings: In GENERAL.—The individual responsibility requirement provided for in […]
By Lester Feder
Karen Pollitz is a research professor at the Georgetown University Health Policy Institute. The O’Neill Institute’s Lester Feder spoke with her on November 16 about potential loopholes in reform legislation. Lester Feder: I want to start by asking what you think of the reform proposals that have emerged. Karen Pollitz: I think we’ve got a […]
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