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 55. The Act grants the Secretary of the Treasury, presently Defendant Geithner, the power to collect said penalties as part of his oversight of the Internal Revenue Service. 55. The Act grants the Secretary of the Treasury, presently Defendant Geithner, the power to collect said penalties as part of his oversight of the Internal Revenue Service.
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 56. In Section 1501 of the Act, Congress makes findings that the Individual Mandate is commercial and economic in nature and substantially affects interstate commerce in that it regulates economic and financial decisions about how and when healthcare is paid for and when health insurance is purchased. Congress makes further findings that health insurance is a significant part of the economy, and that insurance is interstate commerce so that the Individual Mandate can be viewed as part of Congress’s power under the Commerce Clause, Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution. 56. In Section 1501 of the Act, Congress makes findings that the Individual Mandate is commercial and economic in nature and substantially affects interstate commerce in that it regulates economic and financial decisions about how and when healthcare is paid for and when health insurance is purchased. Congress makes further findings that health insurance is a significant part of the economy, and that insurance is interstate commerce so that the Individual Mandate can be viewed as part of Congress’s power under the Commerce Clause, Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution.