More good news coming out of the Virginia General Assembly Thursday:

Del. Bob Marshall’s health freedom bill, HB 10, passed the House of Delegates 72-26.

The Senate bills on this issue, SB 283, SB 311 and SB 417, all passed the House Commerce and Labor committee by 17-5 margins and are headed to the floor.

At this point, several versions of the Health Care Freedom Act, which would effectively nullify various unconstitutional aspects of proposed federal health care legislation, have passed the Senate (SB417, SB283, SB311), and another has passed the House (HB10). If and when either chamber passes the other’s bill, Bob McDonnell will have the privilege of signing Health Care Freedom into law in Virginia.

And, though he may not realize it yet, Gov. McDonnell will also be delivering an important message to the politicians in Washington: Get back into your constitutional box, or We the People will put you there.

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