Of course, this all comes down to what the Supreme Court will do, but the finding of Virginia v. Sebelius that the individual mandate "exceeds the constitutional boundaries of congressional power" is a big first step. No injunction was issued, in part because the provision doesn't take full effect until 2013.
Breaking: ED Va. finds Obamacare unconstitutional
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- The implications
- The decision (with apologies to Lebron James)
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- Winning the battle, but losing the war (for expansive federal government power)?
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- Coming next week: featured discussion on PPACA
- Dahlia Lithwick does it again
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