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Kansas insurance chief goes against GOP grain

Source: 
Kansas City Star
Author: 
John Hanna
Date: 
Sunday, July 1, 2012

A Kansas City Star article on the new health care law's requirement for states quoted Stephen McAllister, professor of law .

Johnson wrote:

Stephen McAllister, a University of Kansas law professor who once was a clerk for conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, shared her skepticism. He said Republicans would have to win the presidency, retain their U.S. House majority and capture a U.S. Senate majority to repeal the law.

“I'd be surprised – frankly shocked – if this got repealed,” he said.

Note: The original article is no longer available online.

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