Students, Community Leaders Gain Insight on the Impact of Affordable Care Act Ruling

July 16, 2012 – Professor Devin Schindler spoke Wednesday, July 11 to 60 law students and community leaders about the recently upheld Affordable Care Act. Schindler discussed the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on the constitutionality of the controversial case, telling listeners that the act is among the most important and misunderstood cases decided in recent history. The presentation, entitled "Justice Roberts, Liberals and the Upholding of the Affordable Care Act" was sponsored by the Cooley Law School chapter of the Federalist Society. In this presentation, Schindler addressed the big issues left open by the court's opinion, including the question of tax vs. penalty, and the ability of Congress to compel private conduct through the power of taxation.

Cooley Law School Professor Devin Schindler discussed the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision regarding the Affordable Care Act.

Professor Devin Schindler discussed the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision regarding the Affordable Care Act.

Cooley Law School Professor Devin Schindler goes over some of the big questions surrounding the Affordable Care Act.

Professor Devin Schindler goes over some of the big questions surrounding the Affordable Care Act.

 


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Professor Devin Schindler Speaks on the U.S. Supreme Court Decision on the Affordable Care Act.


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