How The Legal Assault On Obama’s Health Law Went Mainstream
Professor Pamela S. Karlan is quoted in an article discussing the legal challenges to the Obama adminstration's health care law. Politico's Josh Gerstein wrote the following story:
When President Barack Obama signed the health care bill two years ago, the legal challenges to the law were widely belittled as long shots — at best.
But as the cases head to the Supreme Court this week, what looked to many like far-out legal arguments to undo “Obamacare” don’t seem so zany anymore.
“I actually think the legal challenges hit a high point early on … and have since waned,” said Pam Karlan, a Stanford law professor who contends the law is constitutional.