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  • Randy E. Barnett
  • Jonathan H. Adler
  • David E. Bernstein
  • Orin S. Kerr
  • David B. Kopel
  • Ilya Somin

Abstract

On November 14, 2011, the Supreme Court agreed to hear the cases of National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius and Florida et al. v. Department of Health and Human Services.

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Insurance Mandate Health Care Market Medicaid Expansion Health Insurance Mandate Federal Power 
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Notes

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    Randy E. Barnett, “Commandeering the People: Why the Individual Health Insurance Mandate Is Unconstitutional,” New York University Journal of Law and Liberty 5 (2010): 581–637.Google Scholar
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    Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz, “The Subjects of the Constitution,” Stanford Law Review 62 (2010): 1209.Google Scholar
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    Ilya Somin, “The Limits of Backlash: Assessing the Political Response to Kelo,” Minnesota Law Review 93 (2009): 2100.Google Scholar

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© Randy E. Barnett, Jonathan H. Adler, David E. Bernstein, Orin S. Kerr, David B. Kopel, Ilya Somin, and Trevor Burrus 2013

Authors and Affiliations

  • Randy E. Barnett
  • Jonathan H. Adler
  • David E. Bernstein
  • Orin S. Kerr
  • David B. Kopel
  • Ilya Somin

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