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Monday, October 1, 2012

"The most polarizing instance of judicial restraint on record"

Interesting book chapter on NFIB v. Sebelius by political scientists Andrea Campbell and Nathaniel Persily, here, suggesting that the opinion simultaneously increased support for the ACA and decreased the court's own approval rating. The Times' summary story is here. Meanwhile good legal articles continue to appear on the case itself (particularly on the Medicaid expansion issue) by Mitchell Berman, here, and Nicole Huberfeld, Elizabeth Weeks Leonard, & Kevin Outterson, here. [NPT]

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