PLF will fight “Obamacare” on constitutional grounds
The Obama Administration’s health care legislation raises compelling questions about the limits of federal power. The requirement on individuals to buy health insurance, for example, negates the freedom not to buy a designated product, and pushes beyond a reasonable understanding of federal authority to regulate interstate commerce.
PLF already is moving forward to fight the constitutionally dubious planks in the plan. As a first step, we will be filing in support of court challenges from the attorneys general of several states, including Florida, South Carolina, Washington, and Virginia.
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