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"A Conspiracy Against Obamacare: The Volokh Conspiracy and the Health Care Case"

Randy Barnett (contributor); Trevor Burrus (editor); Orin Kerr (contributor); Ilya Somin (contributor)

About the Program

From the Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC, a discussion on the legal arguments against the Affordable Care Act made by Volokh Conspiracy bloggers.  Trevor Burrus, editor of the book, and a panel, all law professors and bloggers for The Volokh Conspiracy website, talk about the impact of their arguments on the Obamacare debate - both in public and in the courts.  The participants are: Randy Barnett (Georgetown Law Center), Orin Kerr (George Washington University), and Ilya Somin (George Mason University).  The Volokh Conspiracy is a weblog started in 2002 by UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh which covers law and politics from a libertarian or conservative perspective.  Bloggers for the site are mostly all law professors.       

 

About the Authors

Trevor Burrus (editor)

Trevor Burrus ia a research fellow at the Cato Institute's Center for Constitutional Studies. 

 


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Randy Barnett (contributor)

Randy Barnett is a professor of legal theory at Georgetown Law Center and director of Georgetown's Center for the Constitution.  He is a contributor to the book, "A Conspiracy Against Obamacare."   


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Orin Kerr (contributor)

Orin Kerr is a research professor at George Washington University Law School.  He is a contributor to the book, "A Conspiracy Against Obamacare."   


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Ilya Somin (contributor)

Ilya Somin is a professor of law at George Mason University School of Law.  He is a contributor to the book, "A Conspiracy Against Obamacare."   


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