Appeals court: ACA employer mandate is allowed by Commerce Clause

A federal appeals court has rejected Liberty University's claims that the employer-mandate provision of the health care law violates the Constitution. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit determined that the provision is allowed under the Commerce Clause. The court also said the Supreme Court's stance on the individual mandate "inevitably leads to the conclusion that the employer mandate exaction, too, is a constitutional tax."

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