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07/07/2012

Larry Solum on the Health Care Decision and the Commerce Clause
Michael Ramsey

After over a week's worth of analysis from all sides, I think Larry Solum had perhaps the best discussion of the implications of the health care case for federalism and originalism -- posted right after the decision came down: The Decision to Uphold the Mandate as a Tax Represents a Gestalt Shift in Constitutional Law.

Also worthwhile is his analysis of the various opinions on the commerce clause: The Justices on the Commerce Clause Issue.