Presidential Nullification of Obamacare

by Richard Epstein

Law & Liberty Blog

An editorial in today’s Wall Street Journal decries a pattern of abuse by President Obama, who the paper finds guilty of the offense “of selectively enforcing the law.” There is much truth to this general proposition, but its broad-based critique overlooks an important question of principle: just how do we determine what counts as “selective […]

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Legal and Moral Dimensions of Utah’s Same-Sex Marriage Fight

by Richard Epstein

Law & Liberty Blog

The controversies over same-sex marriage continue to take unexpected twists and turns—the latest coming from Utah. The situation on the ground there is tangled at best. The story starts with a decision by a federal district court judge, Robert J. Shelby, that invalidated the state’s same-sex marriage ban, which had been approved by Utah voters. […]

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