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The political posturing began long before the Supreme Court heard oral arguments on the constitutionality of ObamaCare. But, now with arguments concluded, the political posturing is being ratcheted up. While a new poll suggests most Americans expect the high court […]

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I call it defending the indefensible. What unfolded inside the Supreme Court on the individual mandate was very clear and direct. Justice Anthony Kennedy, considered to be the swing vote in this issue, expressed serious skepticism about the constitutionality of […]

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It was high drama inside the Supreme Court today. The individual mandate – the key element of ObamaCare – was at the center of the debate. The issue: Does the individual mandate, which requires Americans to purchase health insurance, violate […]

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The first day of oral arguments before the high court concerning the constitutionality of ObamaCare focused on whether the 1867 Anti-Injunction Act (AIA) applies to this case. The AIA bars claimants from asking for a refund on a tax until […]

The argument we are making to the Supreme Court is clear and concise: ObamaCare’s individual mandate, which forces Americans to purchase health insurance under penalty of law, violates the Constitution and usurps the rights given to states. Today, we filed […]

The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the ObamaCare case at the end of March. With arguments still two months away, speculation is already growing on what the court will do. There’s an interesting story in The Hill that suggests that […]

Can Congress require you to purchase health insurance? Is it constitutional for Congress to penalize you if you don’t? Those questions are at the core of legal challenges of ObamaCare, which the Supreme Court will consider in March. Our position […]

As I told you earlier this month, we were determining which course of action we would take in appealing our decision by a federal appeals court in Washington, D.C. upholding the constitutionality of a key part of ObamaCare. We have […]

As we prepare our legal arguments to file with the Supreme Court in an amicus brief detailing why ObamaCare should be declared unconstitutional, it’s interesting to note posturing is already underway – not in the courtroom – but in the […]

The response has been overwhelming. In the first 24 hours after the Supreme Court announced it would determine the constitutionality of ObamaCare, nearly 40,000 Americans expressed their opposition to this flawed law and signed on to our upcoming amicus briefs […]

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