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Healthcare Reform Unconstitutional (Townhall.com) December 16, 2010

Posted by daviddavenport in Radio Commentaries.
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Finally!   A federal judge, Henry Hudson of Virginia, said what a lot of us  

Courtesy of Townhall.com

have been thinking:  a key provision of the healthcare reform law is unconstitutional.

 Judge Hudson rightly said that the Commerce Clause does not give Congress power to make people to enter into a private contract.  So the mandate to buy health insurance is unconstitutional. 

Now on toward the Supreme Court, since two other federal judges have ruled that it is constitutional.  And more lawsuits are out there—25 of them.

Not only is the law unconstitutional, but it has become unpopular as well.  A new poll shows Americans oppose the law now 52-43.  

With a new Republican majority in the House, new governors in statehouses, and judges reconsidering the matter, the battle for healthcare reform isn’t over yet!

To listen to the audio:  http://townhall.com/TalkRadio/Show.aspx?RadioShowId=11&ContentGuid=f854952b-d4ac-4566-9d0f-4a636da0bfe5

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