How would she know? Her party's all but given up on enumerated powers, at least in economic contexts. The first time she was asked to name which constitutional clause grants Congress the power to pass the mandate, her
by Frank James Supporters of the health care law have recently embraced the term "Obamacare," a word they once recoiled from. Supporters of the health care law have recently embraced the term "Obamacare," a word they once recoiled from.
By Joel Achenbach The conservatives on the Supreme Court are concerned that Obamacare forces individuals to do something they don't want to do, which is, buy insurance. People would be forced to enter a market that they don't want to enter.
The top lawyer for the Obama administration stated that the President's groundbreaking health care plan may have been a little over ambitious.
The best reason to rule Obamacare constitutional–the one that makes the answer seem obvious–is a matter of common sense. But that's a case counsel isn't allowed to make. The common-sense case goes like this. Contrary to what Justice Kennedy said this