Questions that need answering before the end of the world

    The rapture came and went. Or, more accurately, the projected day of the rapture came and went. We’re still here, and so are all our problems. But someday, at some point, we won’t be.

    So Dr. Steve Frank has come up with a list of things he’d like to see resolved before that day comes.

    Frank outlined his 10 policy-related concerns on the Daily Constitution, including:

    Does the equal protection clause of the 14th Amendment give same-sex couples the same right to marry as heterosexual couples?

    Does the commerce clause give the federal government the power to require all Americans to purchase health insurance?

    Can we create workable remedies to gerrymandered redistricting?

    There are Frank’s 10. What are your 10? Or just your one? Had the world ended Saturday, what question or issue would you have most like to have been resolved? Feed the Feed.

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