Feds abandon procedural arguments in PLF’s ObamaCare case
Author: Timothy Sandefur
The Obama Administration yesterday filed its reply brief in support of its effort to have our constitutional challenge to ObamaCare thrown out of court. Interestingly, the government has decided to abandon its procedural arguments about standing and ripeness and such. Perhaps that’s unsurprising, given that several courts have now allowed challenges like this ours to proceed. The argument now is squarely on the constitutional issues.
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