Last week, the Wyoming state House voted against a proposal that would have expanded Medicaid as part of the federal Affordable Care Act, an important part of making it “work.”Details
PHOENIX (Feb. 19, 2015) – Yesterday, an Arizona House Committee approved a bill that would create significant roadblocks for implementation of the Affordable Care Act, leaving the federal program without an enforcement mechanism in the state should it pass. Introduced State Reps. Justin Olson and Rep. Vince Leach, House Bill 2643 (HB2643) would prohibit the state…Details
A bill has been introduced in the Louisiana House of Representatives that would effectively delay the implementation of Obamacare for nearly three years.Details
Stopping the state-run exchanges would be a good start in fighting back against Obamacare in IdahoDetails
HB647 would ban Mississippi from taking any action that would “compel, directly or indirectly, any person, employer or health care provider to participate in any health care system, including a health care insurance plan.” That means the state would be banned by law from operating a health care exchange for the federal government.Details
Support Oklahoma HB2421 and Nullify Obamacare!Details
It is always excellent news to see the tide turning as our views become legitimized and the press coverage of our activities becomes more favorable. That has what we have seen with the ObamaCare nullification movement blossoming while the law becomes a more obvious disaster.Details
A new bill, designed to prevent any state agency, assisting in implementing “any” provision of the Afffordable Care Act (ACA), will be introduced in the 2014 Georgia State Legislative session. The bill was pre-filed Monday morning. Representative Jason Spencer, district 180, Woodbine, spokesperson for the quartet of co-sponsors, said since the Governor and the Speaker…Details
The idea is that the Obamacare fiasco will anger the American people, leading to a Republican victory. Then the they will assume power, repeal Obamacare and everything will be fine.
This idea is erroneous for many different reasons.Details
Originally published at American Thinker
Democrats tell us that ObamaCare is “the law of the land,” and that the Supreme Court declared it constitutional, and that we should get used to it — it’s here to stay. Actually, the Court found ObamaCare unconstitutional on two counts, but let it pass anyway.
The problem for defenders of ObamaCare is that its court challenges just keep coming. One place to check up on them is the website Health Care Lawsuits. In September, American Enterprise Institute ran an article by Chris Conover headlined “Will the Courts Derail Obamacare?” The article covers several of the ongoing court challenges to ObamaCare, including the status of each case. (The article also ran at Forbes.)
On October 5, National Review ran a terrific article by former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy that addresses a specific legal challenge:Details