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NFIB vs Sebelius: the political expediency of the Roberts court

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  22 January 2013

Michael K. Gusmano*
Affiliation:
Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management, New York Medical College, NY, USA
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*Correspondence to: Dr Michael K. Gusmano, New York Medical College and The Hastings Center, 515 Munger Hall, Valhalla, NY 10524, USA. Email: Michael_Gusmano@nymc.edu

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