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:: Monday, November 26, 2012 ::
Obamacare may return to the Supreme Court via the Fourth Circuit: the Court has vacated its earlier dismissal of Liberty University's suit challenging the individual mandate and the abortion-provision mandate, and ordered the Fourth Circuit to hear arguments in it.
George Mason's Ilya Somin is not optimistic.
This is not the "origination clause" suit I've heard about. What's up with that one?
:: David M. Wagner 5:57 PM [+] ::