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The House and Senate Bills on Abortion

There are significant differences between the House and Senate bill, but the provisions governing abortion (Sec. 1303 of the Senate bill, pp. 2069-2078) are not among them. Both bills prohibit federal funding of abortions. The Senate bill, like the House bill, prohibits the use of premium affordability tax credits or cost-sharing reduction payments to pay […]

Legal Issues in the Senate Manager’s Amendment

I reported over the weekend on one legal issue raised by the Senate manager’s amendment–an important clarification of the public disclosure and original source provisions of the civil false claims act. This post will address the constitutionality of the abortion provisions in the amendment and mention four other legal issues raised by the additions the […]

Is Stupak Constitutional?

As you all know, the House passed HR 3962, the Affordable Health Care for America Act, late Saturday night, November 7, by a vote of 220 to 215. In doing so, it adopted a handful of amendments. The most important amendment was the Stupak amendment, which the House adopted by a vote of 240 to […]

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