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Health Care Law, Sean P. Byrne, Garrett Hooe Nov 2014

Health Care Law, Sean P. Byrne, Garrett Hooe

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Nonprofit Organizations, For-Profit Corporations, And The Hhs Mandate: Why The Mandate Does Not Satisfy Rfra's Requirements, Jonathan T. Tan May 2013

Nonprofit Organizations, For-Profit Corporations, And The Hhs Mandate: Why The Mandate Does Not Satisfy Rfra's Requirements, Jonathan T. Tan

Law Student Publications

In 2012, the federal government spawned an enormously divisive issue when it promulgated a regulation that requires certain employers to provide contraception coverage to their employees without cost-sharing. The mandate's supporters see it as an important step in expanding access to vital healthcare for women, whereas its detractors see it as an attempt by the government to force them into violating their deeply held religious beliefs. In a clash between values, the mandate favors access to contraception over the concerns of religious groups....Section II provides background information on the mandate and the convoluted process by which the Departments ...


Why Virginia's Challenges To The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act Did Not Invoke Nullification, Robert S. Claiborne Jr. Mar 2012

Why Virginia's Challenges To The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act Did Not Invoke Nullification, Robert S. Claiborne Jr.

Law Student Publications

This comment's focus is to convincingly demonstrate that neither the General Assembly's Health Care Freedom Act nor the Commonwealth's constitutional challenge to the minimum essential coverage provision were exercises of nullification. Part II of this comment relates a brief history of the ACA's passage alongside the Virginia Health Care Freedom Act's enactment and the Attorney General of Virginia Ken Cuccinelli's suit against Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius. Part III defines nullification and further explains it through the historical instances when Virginia has considered the doctrine. Part IV demonstrates that-far from nullifying ...


Beyond The Doctrine: Five Questions That Will Determine The Aca's Constitutional Fate, Bradley W. Joondeph Mar 2012

Beyond The Doctrine: Five Questions That Will Determine The Aca's Constitutional Fate, Bradley W. Joondeph

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Constitutional Forbearance, A. Christopher Bryant Mar 2012

Constitutional Forbearance, A. Christopher Bryant

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Rhetoric Hits The Road: State Challenges To The Affordable Care Act Implementation, Elizabeth Weeks Leonard Mar 2012

The Rhetoric Hits The Road: State Challenges To The Affordable Care Act Implementation, Elizabeth Weeks Leonard

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Why Virginia's Challenges To The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act Did Not Invoke Nullification, Robert S. Claiborne Jr. Mar 2012

Why Virginia's Challenges To The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act Did Not Invoke Nullification, Robert S. Claiborne Jr.

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Litigating Federal Health Care Legislation And The Interstices Of Procedure,, Wendy Collins Perdue Jan 2012

Litigating Federal Health Care Legislation And The Interstices Of Procedure,, Wendy Collins Perdue

Law Faculty Publications

Forward to the 2012 Allen Chair Symposium issue, focused on the litigation challenges to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ("ACA").


Challenging Supremacy: Virginia's Response To The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act, Matthew R. Farley Nov 2010

Challenging Supremacy: Virginia's Response To The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act, Matthew R. Farley

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.