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ACLJ and 50 members of Congress back Virginia challenge against ObamaCare

In Breaking, ObamaCare on 03/2011 at 9:52 AM

“In its amicus brief filed today at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, the American Center for Law and Business agrees:  “The Commerce Clause does not authorize Congress to regulate the inactivity of American citizens by requiring them to buy a good or service (such as health insurance) as a condition of their lawful residence in this country,” the brief argues. “Because the individual mandate provision of the PPACA requires citizens to purchase health insurance or be penalized, the PPACA exceeds Congress’s authority under the Commerce Clause.” (PR Newswire) More > …

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