Mike Cotter on The Practical Constitution

The question of the Health Care Reform Bill’s constitutionality has left significant uncertainty within the health system and widespread speculation as to what the Supreme Court will rule when they inevitably hear the case. Mike Cotter of The Perspective writes that there is little question what the ruling should be in this case as, the only coherent opposition to the statute is one that ignores the entire body of legal precedent that stands between us and the Constitution.” In his in-depth discussion of the Health Care Reform Bill and constitutional law, Cotter takes on the issue of Constitutional Originalism and the idea of a more practical constitution.
Read the full article at The Perspective.

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