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Are Healthcare Mandates Unconstitutional? - David Rivkin

Complete video at: http://fora.tv/2009/10/26/Are_Healthcare_Purchase_Mandates_Constitutional Attorney David Rivkin argues that a congressional mandate to purchase health insurance is unconstitutional. "If you can mandate the purchase of health insurance, you can mandate the purchase of health club memberships." ----- The Constitutionality of Mandates to Purchase Health Insurance: A debate of opposing viewpoints as to whether an individual mandate to purchase insurance is constitutional with Louis Michael Seidman, Georgetown University Law Center, and David B. Rivkin, Jr., Baker Hostetler. - Georgetown University David B. Rivkin, Jr., is a member of the firm Baker Hostetler, litigation, international and environmental groups. He has in-depth experience with various constitutional issues that are frequently implicated by federal regulatory statutes, including commerce clause-, appointments clause- and due process-related issues, as well as First and Tenth amendment-related matters. Mr. Rivkin also has practiced in the area of public international law and has extensive experience in international arbitration and policy advocacy on a wide range of international and domestic issues, including treaty implementation, multilateral and unilateral sanctions, corporate law, environmental and energy matters (with an emphasis on policy, regulatory and enforcement issues).
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