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A conservative’s unlikely defense of the healthcare reform law
Los Angeles Times

Opponents of the healthcare reform law’s individual mandate frequently warn that if the government can require the uninsured to buy coverage, it can require Americans to do just about anything. In other words, there’s no limit to how far government could go. That’s been a particular rallying cry for conservatives and Republican judicial appointees, such as District Court Judge Roger Vinson of Florida. Finding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act to be unconstitutional…