One Simple Argument Could Have Saved Obamacare. Too Bad Verrilli Didn’t Make It.

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Author(s) Jeffrey Rosen
Source The New Republic
Date March 30, 2012
URL http://www.tnr.com/article/politics/102203/supreme-court-obamacare-verrilli
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Quotes-start.png When it comes to violence against women or guns in schools, states arguably have the will and the resources to respond to these problems. But when it comes to providing insurance guarantees for the uninsured, any state would be worse off if it tried to solve the problem on its own, because it would end up attracting uninsured people from other states seeking to take advantage of its benefits. Because states know this in advance, most don’t even try to solve the fundamental problems of health care coverage. Quotes-end.png


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This item argues against the position Act is unconstitutional on the topic Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.