WLF’s brief in Virginia v. Sebelius (one of the constitutional challenges to the federal health care reform law) was headlined yesterday in a post by Ilya Somin at the Volokh Conspiracy.  Professor Somin was the principal author of WLF’s brief in support of Virginia’s motion for summary judgment, which argued that neither the Commerce Clause nor the Taxing Clause authorizes Congress to punish an individual’s decision not to buy health insurance.  WLF filed an earlier brief at the pleadings stage arguing that the individual mandate is not authorized under the Necessary and Proper Clause.

Fourteen constitutional law professors joined the brief:

The brief can be read here, Ilya’s post at Volokh here.