In the summer issue of National Affairs, George Mason law professor Eric Claeys warned conservatives not to place their hopes in a Supreme Court review of Obama’s health care law. Claeys argues that only Justice Thomas has a record that clearly indicates that he would vote to strike down the law. The other conservative justices are question marks, including even Scalia. Claeys concludes that it’s possible that Obamacare may be struck down, but that opponents shouldn’t lose focus on the legislative battle.
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