By Clarissa SansoneOct. 4, 2012The Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act—which upheld the individual mandate as an exercise of Congress's taxing power (but not as an exercise of the commerce clause) and restricted the expansion of Medicaid—was the obvious choice as a topic for this year's Constitution Day discussion.
Watch a video of the panel discussion.
Prof. Primus assessed what the Court's opinion on the commerce clause demonstrated about constitutional change.
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