Einer Elhauge

Copyright 2012 Einer Elhauge

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PrefaceIf Health Insurance Mandates Are Unconstitutional, Why Did the Founding Fathers Back Them?A Response to Critics on the Founding Fathers and Health Insurance MandatesA Further Response to Critics on the Founding Fathers and Insurance Mandates – The Broccoli TestThe Irrelevance of the Broccoli Argument Against the Insurance MandateIt's Not About Broccoli!: The False Case Against Health CareEconomists Argue Over the Cost of Caring for the UninsuredDon’t Blame Verrilli for Supreme Court Health-Care StumbleThe Roberts-Kagan Compromise on Obamacare? – What a Nobel Prize-Winning Economist Can Teach Us About ObamacareEven the Most Conservative Supreme Court Justices Have Already Declared Mandates ConstitutionalThe Killer Precedent for Today’s DecisionThe Fatal Flaw in John Roberts' Analysis of the Commerce ClauseRoberts' Real Long Game?Chief Justice Robert’s OpinionAbout the Author

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