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Health Care Dissenters Run to Earth

'Per curiam' wouldn't do for this team of sleuths.

, The National Law Journal


A U.S. Supreme Court mystery drew them together: the Harvard 3L, the engineer, the Jenner & Block associate, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor and a team of MIT doctoral students. The mystery: Who actually wrote the joint dissent in last year's health care blockbuster?

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Originally appeared in print as Health Care Dissenters Run to Earth Scalia, Kennedy Most Likely Dissent Authors

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