Health Care Reform’s Big Test: Commerce and the Constitution
$7 members, students & teachers
FREE for 1787 members
F.M. Kirby Auditorium
National Constitution Center
525 Arch Street | Independence Mall
Please note: Doors open for guests at 6 p.m. Guest will not be permitted to enter the building before 6 p.m. due to an event.
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As the nation awaits the Supreme Court’s soon-to-be-announced decision on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, the National Constitution Center’s Peter Jennings Project and The Constitutional Sources Project (ConSource) present a timely program to illuminate the impact of this pivotal ruling. Joined by other key experts, distinguished law professors Jack Balkin of Yale Law School and Randy Barnett of Georgetown Law Center will explore the decision’s real-world consequences on the Constitution and other legislation built on Commerce Clause power. This event will be moderated by award-winning journalist John Hockenberry.
• Stephanos Bibas, Professor of Law and Criminology and Director of the Supreme Court Clinic at the University of Pennsylvania Law School
• Jamal Greene, Associate Professor at Columbia Law School and a former clerk for Justice John Paul Stevens
• Ilya Shapiro, Senior Fellow in Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute and Editor-in-Chief of the Cato Supreme Court Review
• Neil Siegel, Professor of Law and Political Science and co-director of the Program in Public Law at Duke University School of Law
This program is made possible with generous support from the Foundation to Promote Open Society.
Please note: Doors open for guests at 6 p.m. Guest may not be permitted to enter the building before 6 p.m. due to an event.
PARKING & EVENT INFORMATION
Parking is available for $9.00 at the National Constitution Center parking garage located on Race Street between 5th and 6th Streets. Please note, guests may not be permitted to enter the building before 6 p.m. due to an event.
Advance reservations required; call 215.409.6700 or order online. Please note that this program is subject to change; call the National Constitution Center or check our website for updated information. Programs at the National Constitution Center begin promptly and latecomers may not be admitted to the program.