I have posted several times in recent weeks on the state nullification issue. I have a Perspectives article up on the New England Journal website, posted February 10, further exploring the political as well as the legal issues raised by nullification. See http://healthcarereform.nejm.org/?p=2967&query=home
I would put this a bit more strongly than Mark. Talk of state nullification argues powerfully for the federal government directly enforcing insurance reforms and administering the exchanges and premium subsidies, the approach taken by the House bill HR 3200, rather than depending on the states in implement the reforms, the approach taken by the […]
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