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Document Type

Brief

Publication Date

1-13-2012

Language

en-US

Abstract

The minimum coverage provision does not require individuals to purchase any unique product or service but rather requires a standardized financial contribution to the national healthcare infrastructure from all legal residents who are able to pay – a kind of requirement that has never been found unduly or even unusually restrictive of individual liberty.

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[principal author under supervision of attorney Andrew M. Fischer and with students Zoë Sajor, Rachel Smit, and Emily Westfall]

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