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Another Letter from an Ohio Farmer is out, for your consideration. It poses this question, "Do the powers granted by the Constitution authorize the federal government to require private citizens to purchase health insurance policies?"  The debate over Obamacare shows that the question about where to draw the line between legitimate and illegitimate exercises of federal authority is still very much alive in the American constitutional conversation, and the Farmer thinks that is  good.  It will not surprise you that Jefferson and Hamilton are brought back into the conversation, for this is also a good thing.
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