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Author   Rich Lowry
Source   New York Post
Date   March 5, 2011
URL   http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/the_scariest_defense_for_obamacare_oFzcrypCeVBhBsyZttOBDK
Quote   The fundamental question in the ObamaCare case is whether there is any constraint on the ability of Congress to regulate economic activity. Do we still live in a system of dual sovereignty, split between the federal government and the states, as set out by the Constitution? Does the federal government only have certain enumerated powers? Is anything beyond its ambit? Judge Kessler's argument is a ringing "no" on all three counts.
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The scariest defense for ObamaCare by Rich Lowry (New York Post, March 5, 2011) (view)