- Edwards Releases Senate Fundraising Totals
- Academics Say Higher Education Prepared Them for Higher Office
- Top Races to Watch in 2016: The Mountain Region
- Top Races to Watch in 2016: New England
- Top Races in 2016: The Midwest
“It’s less of a frontal assault than it is a flanking maneuver,” he said. “He may be violating the spirit of the law but not necessarily the letter. The legality is up in the air.”
Timothy Jost, a longtime supporter of the health care law and a law professor at Washington and Lee University, defended the mandate decision.
“This is really a question of enforcement and when the administration runs into practical difficulty, it delays enforcement,” he said.
He predicted the administration would get its way in the end.
“I don’t see the courts intervening here. I’m sure Congress will hold hearings but there really isn’t anything they can do.”