Individual mandate as privacy violation

One of the lawsuits against health care nationalization raises an interesting argument against it: the individual mandate requires that people disclose private health information to insurance companies. The privacy argument might have more sway with the courts than the enumerated powers argument. (Not that it should, but we have the courts we have.)

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