Nathan Lewin is a Washington lawyer who has argued 28 cases in the Supreme Court and has taught at Columbia, Harvard, Georgetown, and University of Chicago Law Schools.
If Congress were to enact such a sweeping law, it would be doomed by a constitutional principle even the most liberal justices have endorsed.
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