Eight Things to Know About Yesterday's Sixth Circuit Decision

Sutton’s opinion was no surprise to anyone who was in the courtroom in Cincinnati. Nor would a contrary opinion have been surprising. Sutton was scrupulously critical of both sides that day. Indeed, his opinion shares the “on the one hand” and “on the other hand” character of his questioning.
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I thought it would be useful to offer a few observations about the Sixth Circuit decision generally and Judge Sutton’s opinion in particular. ... Full Story »

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by Roland F. Hirsch - Jun. 30, 2011

This news analysis is outstanding journalism. The author provides a careful analysis of the Court of Appeals panel's decision yesterday on certain aspects of Obamacare. He provides key points arising out of the decision, giving in each case the views expressed by each of the three judges. He brings in relevant aspects of the hearing held by this panel. Well researched and written.

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