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Decision Time and Aftermath

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

Abstract

The last week of June, which is the last week of a Supreme Court term, is always a busy time for Court watchers. The Court often waits until then to issue the biggest and most controversial decisions, which are also usually the longest ones.

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Decision Time Lower Court Medicaid Expansion Federal Statute Federal Power 
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Notes

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    For more on this point, see Jonathan H. Adler, “Judicial Federalism and the Future of Federal Environmental Regulation,” Iowa Law Review 90 (2005): 377, 433–52.Google Scholar
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    Neil Siegel and Robert D. Cooter, “Not the Power to Destroy: An Effects Theory of the Tax Power,” Virginia Law Review 98 (2012): 1195.Google Scholar
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    Paul Douglas Newman, Fries’s Rebellion: The Enduring Struggle for the American Revolution (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004), 76–77.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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