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Obama Moving to Necessary and Proper Clause To Justify ObamaCare

Throwin' a lot of shit at the wall, seein' what sticks. The shift moves the focus of Justice?s argument from the Commerce Clause of the Constitution to the Necessary and Proper Clause, which says Congress can make laws that are...
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