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Hudson is first to strike down health care law (access required)

U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson struck down a key part of the nation’s new health care law last week, becoming the first judge to rule that Congress exceeded its powers by requiring individuals to have health insurance or pay a penalty to the federal government. Hudson’s decision in Commonwealth v. Sebelius (VLW 010-3-647) followed two ...

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  1. The title of this article (\Hudson is first to strike down health care law\) and its first sentence are misleading and inaccurate and contradicted by other parts of the article, in particular the penultimate sentence (\Hudson ruled, however, that only the individual mandate was unconstitutional and let the rest of the act stand.\). Setting aside the merits of Judge Hudson’s decision, your article’s title and opening paragraph should accurately summarize what that decision did, in fact, do and not do.

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