Courts challenge constitutionality of ObamaCare

The constitutionality of ObamaCare is being challenged in courts throughout the country, and the most visible suit was brought by Florida and 25 other states. U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson will rule shortly on the administration’s request for a clarification of his recent decision declaring the entire health overhaul law unconstitutional and whether he meant to put a stay on implementing the law. Here’s an article by Politico that outlines the issues. Read more in our book, Why ObamaCare Is Wrong for America, about the larger constitutional questions involved.

One Response to Courts challenge constitutionality of ObamaCare

  1. As far as I am concerned Mr obama wants to not have any older people in this country. He wants a doctor in Washington to decide what care can be given to 65 yr old up to 100 yr old so that doctors has to get OK from some young thing in washington who doesn’t like older people. I am old and as far as I am concerned it should be between my doctor and my family to decide that. Of course you have to know as far as I am concerned he is not a good president he is the worst on I have seen EVEN WORSE THEN MR CARTER