Over at The Agitator, Radley Balko says liberal outrage over Judge Henry Hudson’s ruling that the individual mandate is un-Constitutional causes him to wonder if we accept any Constitutional restraints on what the federal government can do.
Putting aside what’s codified Bill of Rights, which was ratified after the main body of the Constitution, do you believe the Constitution puts any restrictions on the powers of the federal government?
If your answer is yes, what restrictions would those be? And what test would you use to determine what the federal government can and can’t do?
If your answer is no, that is,
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