As Professor Sachs said in the September 4 panel on the ACA, "It's Constitutional, Now what?," "Just because the Supreme Court held that the ACA was constitutional doesn't mean it is constitutional." Join the Federalist Society as Professor Neil Siegel and Mr. Ilya Shapiro square off in a head to head debate on the Supreme Court's ACA Decision. Is it Constitutional? Was it great? Terrible? So-so? Listen to the man widely credited with developing the tax argument Chief Justice Roberts adopted in his controlling opinion debate Ilya Shapiro, Constitutional Fellow in Constitutional Studies at the influential Cato Institute. Plus he's been on the Colbert Report. Funding generously provided by the John Templeton Foundation.
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The ACA Decision: Did SCOTUS Get It Right?
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