Author "Mark Hall"

By Mark Hall
In Health Law
Nov 24th, 2011
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Professor Mark Hall, Fred D. & Elizabeth L. Turnage Professor of Law, Wake Forest University School of Law Abstract: Because insurance is necessary for decent access to health care, credible studies estimate that eliminating the Affordable Care Act...
By Mark Hall
In Health Law
Aug 14th, 2011
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Like a tragic literary figure, the 11th Circuit’s opinion declaring the individual mandate unconstitutional is doomed to failure by its own internal contradictions.  What follows is a series of quotes directly from the opinion, paired to show how...
By Mark Hall
In Health Law
Jan 31st, 2011
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On first read, the most striking aspect of Judge Vinson's ruling today is not its remedy -- striking the Affordable Care Act in its entirety -- but the impression one gets that the opinion was written in part as a Tea Party Manifesto....
By Mark Hall
In Health Law
Jan 26th, 2011
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The following article, forthcoming in U. Penn. L. Rev., pinpoints the strongest arguments for and against federal power under the Commerce Clause to mandate the purchase of health insurance:   http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1747189 ...
By Mark Hall
In Health Reform
Dec 19th, 2010
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This just in:  Stirred by the arguments of Randy Barnett, Ilya Somin, Judge Hudson and others, Justice Joseph Story — miraculously from the grave! — has filed an amicus brief in the 4th Circuit appeal on the constitutionality of mandating t...