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Robert Wright is wondering why the Affordable Care Act wasn’t just a straightforward use of the tax power, and his analysis is of course focused on the median votes of the Senate and the leverage these conservatives had over the legislative process. Hahaha, just kidding! When discussing the ACA, as Drew Westen has taught us, [...]
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