Transit is no longer needed to provide mobility for low-income people, nearly all of whom have access to a car. Instead, it is mainly a subsidy to unions, downtown property owners, and rail contractors.
The Supreme Court has upheld much of the Affordable Care Act, but the manner in which the majority made its ruling may make this a “constitutional moment” that ultimately changes how we think about the Constitution. Cato Institute senior fellow Randy E. Barnett comments on the ruling.
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