Friday, October 11, 2013

Could Lawsuit In Oklahoma Knock Out ObamaCare?

Could Lawsuit In Oklahoma Knock Out ObamaCare?

Yes, please!
Via The Hill:
Why didn’t anyone else think of it?
Scott Pruitt, the attorney general of Oklahoma, acting on the research of Jonathan H. Adler and Michael F. Cannon published in the Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, has brought a new lawsuit, on behalf of the state, against ObamaCare.
Unlike the suit brought by 26 state attorneys general, this lawsuit does not make a constitutional objection to the Affordable Care Act. Instead, it uses the language of the law to challenge the elaborate system of subsidies, tax credits and individual or employer mandates and fines the act has spawned.

Thank You The Hill and Zip. 

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