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12.28.09

Does the “Cornhusker Kickback” Unconstitutionally Preference Nebraska Seaports?

By Tim Jost

As health care reform lurches towards enactment, yet another argument against the constitutionality of the proposed legislation has arisen, this one even more farfetched than the ones that preceded it. This argument is that the provision in the Senate bill that funds Medicaid expansion indefinitely in Nebraska with 100 percent federal money after 2016 when […]

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