Friday, June 1, 2012
On the origins of the constitutional arguments against the mandate
A few interesting writings out there today on exactly when the argument that an individual mandate to purchase health insurance might be unconstitutional began to emerge, and when they started to gain any traction. Andrew Koppleman has this piece at Salon, and Ilya Somin responds here over at The Volokh Conspiracy. Both worth a read.
Posted by Bradley Joondeph at 3:08 PM