First Day of ObamaCare Arguments Roundup
Today was the first day of oral arguments over ObamaCare at the Supreme Court. Here’s a roundup of some of the coverage:
TPFF offers up a nice primer on the issues involved.
Speaking of TPFF, here’s newly hired Senior Fellow Richard Epstein on why ObamaCare is unconstitutional. (And more on the same theme.)
NPR offers a transcript of the hearings. Unless you are well versed in the intricacies of the Anti-Injunction Act (I am not), it’s like reading a brief on the finer points of an angel’s pin-leasing agreement.
In light of that, here’s a lay summary.
The Wall Street Journal‘s writeup.
Avik Roy offers a preview of arguments.
Ann Althouse notices the amazing flexibility of ObamaCare: sometimes it’s a tax, and sometimes it’s not!
Even Howard Dean thinks the individual mandate will be ruled unconstitutional.
Savingourhealthcare.org on why ObamaCare is a bad idea.
The giant C-SPAN ObamaCare archive.
NRO’s Condition Critical put up a live blog.
Tags: Howard Dean, individual mandate, ObamaCare, Regulation, Richard Epstein, Supreme Court, Welfare State