Does Congress Have Power to Regulate Late-Term Abortion?

Glenn Reynolds and Jonathan Adler say no.  Here’s Professor Adler: The U.S. of House of Representatives is preparing to consider a bill — the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (PUCPA) — that would prohibit most abortions performed after 20 weeks from conception.  … … [E]ven if one assumes that a prohibition on post-20-week abortions would be constitutional if enacted by a…

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According to CBS New York, the iconic neon billboards in Times Square must come down or the city will lose $94 million in federal highway funds. Under a 2012 federal law, Times Square qualifies as an arterial route to the national highway system, placing it under the 1965 Highway Beautification Act. That law limits billboard size. (more…)

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Surging Costs for State-Run Health Care Exchanges Put Obamacare’s Future in Grave Danger

The costs for states that operate Obamacare exchanges are surging, putting them in jeopardy. Since this is the common path for most federal programs, it serves as yet another reason that all states should refuse to implement these exchanges and let the feds try to do it on their own – a nearly impossible task considering their limited resources.

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For a guy who is willing to – with a unilateral stroke of his pen from his own desk – change definitions to ban what used to be legal, give legal status to people who didn’t have it, and even increase taxes….

The idea that Barack Obama can’t move people out of Gitmo because “Congress won’t fund it” is laughable.

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