The Supreme Cout has decided not to take up a very important case against the imposition of mandatory Medicare benefits via bureaucratic fiat. Very sad. The DC Circuit decision was split, with Judge Karen LeCraft Henderson issuing an excellent, scathing opinion in dissent of the willfully misleading decision refusing to overturn the fiat.
Anyway, the high court’s “see no evil” stance shouldn’t be the last word. Congress should take up this issue and reverse the bureaucratic policy. I explain it all here.
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