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What juicy revelations about Justices Breyer and Ginsburg appear in the latest set of presidential papers?
Virginia 1, Obamacare 0. Ian Gershengorn must be pacing up a storm. Judge Henry E. Hudson (E.D. Va.) just struck down a key provision of President Barack Obama’s signature health care reform law — namely, the requirement that most Americans obtain health insurance. Judge Hudson held that the insurance mandate exceeds Congress’s authority under the […]
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* The lawyer tasked with defending Obamacare paces hallways, muttering to himself. Good to hear Asperger’s is not a death sentence anymore. [New York Times] * Three New Orleans cops were convicted of, well, going Lord of the Flies on some poor guy in the aftermath of Katrina. [CNN] * Jenn Sterger says she won’t […]