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Uh Oh, ObamaCare May Be In Trouble

The Congressional Research Service issued a report the other day regarding health insurance, specifically the mandate to buy medical insurance.

They also wonder about a provision in the law that will tax state and local governments when one of their employees uses the new health insurance exchanges instead of going on the group medical plan the state offers. The CRS thinks the law violates the principle of federalism in the 10th amendment, and the doctrine of intergovernmental tax immunity.

To say the least, ObamaCare is now being challenged by agencies within the federal government, several reports bringing up serious violations of law. The health insurance debate in Arizona and elsewhere is far from over, but the possibility of the new medical insurance mandate being overturned is looking more likely.

Michael Higgins


An Arizona health insurance agent.

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May 5th, 2010

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