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Chad DeVeaux, Perverted Liberty: How the Supreme Court's Limitation of the Commerce Power Undermines our Civil-Rights Laws and Makes Us Less Free, 41 Cap. U. L. Rev. 49 (Winter 2013). [Westlaw] [HeinOnline]
Stephen M. Feldman, Chief Justice Roberts's Marbury Moment: The Affordable Care Act Case (NFIB v. Sebelius), 13 Wyo. L. Rev. 335 (2013). [Westlaw] [HeinOnline]
Laura Krugman Ray, A Study in Detection: The Who and Why of the Health Care Joint Dissent, 98 Iowa L. Rev. Bull. 3 (2013). [Westlaw] [HeinOnline]
Alexis Kessler, Constitutional Law—Commerce Clause—Affordable Care Act's Individual Mandate Exercises Congress's Taxing Power, Not Commerce Power; Act's Medicaid Expansion Not Within Congress's Spending Power. National Federation of Independent Business v. Sebelius. 132 S. CT. 2566 (2012)., 43 Cumb. L. Rev. 141 (2012-2013). [Westlaw] [HeinOnline]
Catharine Traylor Schaffzin, The Great and Powerful Oz Revealed: The Ethics and Wisdom of the SCOTUS Leaks in National Federation of Indipendent Business v. Sebelius, 7 Charleston L. Rev. 317 (Winter 2012-2013). [Westlaw] [HeinOnline]
Timothy P. O'Neill, Harlan on My Mind: Chief Justice Roberts and the Affordable Care Act, 3 Cal. L. Rev. Circuit 170 (October 2012). [Westlaw]