Professor Ilya Somin comments on Medicare for All

Ilya Somin, Professor of Law “In the 1930s and ’40s, the Supreme Court vastly expanded government power under the spending clause, allowing the federal government to spend money on almost anything they want and regulate almost any transaction that qualifies as interstate commerce. It’s highly unlikely the court is going to overrule that precedent now.” … Continue reading “Professor Ilya Somin comments on Medicare for All”

Professor Todd J. Zywicki writes on the Loan Shark Prevention Act

Todd J. Zywicki, George Mason University Foundation Professor of Law The story of the relationship between usury ceilings and loan sharking is one that’s had numerous remakes and sequels. It always ended the same way — with desperate borrowers turning to illegal lenders to get money in a pinch., June 4