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_creationDate   March 28, 2012 11:35:30 AM
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Author   Thomas Sowell
Source   Investor's Business Daily
Date   March 26, 2012
URL   http://news.investors.com/article/605667/201203261842/supreme-court-precedent-gives-government-dictatorial-powers.htm
Quote   No doubt people who are tired or drowsy are more likely to run through a red light than people who are rested and alert. But does that mean local governments should have the power to order people when to go to bed and get up, because their tiredness can have an effect on the likelihood of their driving through a red light? The power to regulate indirect effects is not a slippery slope. It is the disastrous loss of freedom that lies at the bottom of a slippery slope.
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Obscure Court Decision Gives Government Sweeping Power by Thomas Sowell (Investor's Business Daily, March 26, 2012) (view)

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Topic   Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act
Position_fragment   Act is unconstitutional
Position   Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act / Act is unconstitutional
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Act is unconstitutional

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