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Federal Authority Over the Individual Mandate
Federal authority over the individual mandate

POINT: The U.S. Constitution gives the federal government broad powers to regulate interstate commerce, tax and spend for the general welfare, and enact laws that are necessary and proper to support other federal powers. A law that penalizes individuals who do not ...

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