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  1. John Ryskamp says:

    But nothing can interpret the language of state exchanges into non-existence. What the ACA advocates wanted was a piece of legislation which did not raise the level of scrutiny for medical, i.e, they did not want to create an individually enforceable right to medical care. They claim to this day that medical care policy still need only survive “minimum scrutiny.” But if they are ever to rescue this scheme, they will have to grant that ACA raises the level of scrutiny for medical care to “intermediate” or “strict” scrutiny. Otherwise, the entire scheme will be found unconstitutional, bit by bit.

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