Jon Roland of Constitution.org had this to say about the lawsuits that AGs are filing on the health care bill
There are a few minor things that might be won through litigation, if it were properly pleaded, but the suit filed is incompetent, little more than political posturing. The courts are not going to oppose the political branches on anything important. They are too weak for that. In the meantime the political branches are happy for people to blame the courts when it is they that are the main problem.
I agree. What do you think?
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