The Washington Post: try Thirty-three States to block the mandate on individual American citizens to buy health insurance as a growing list of all Republican officials mounted legal and legislative challenges to this. this Friday seven more nations will formally a lawsuit to join originally from Florida and 12 other states action March. Lawsuit. Contends that Congress constitutional authority constitutional authority to lack instruct an individual participating in an insurance company, and it violated the states’ rights by requiring them, to expand the supply to more low-income residents without full funding of the additional costs.
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