According to Natural News, opponents of the federal government’s takeover of the healthcare industry via the most freedom-robbing law passed in a century – Obamacare – have not been able to convince enough lawmakers or the president to repeal it through legislation.
In addition, opponents have also been unsuccessful at having the law tossed out as an unconstitutional infringement on Americans’ freedom to engage in commerce (or not) by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Does this mean that there is no solution?
Not necessarily, say a couple of legal experts who now believe that they have a case to make alleging that the law was not properly passed in the first place, as reported recently by Newsweek:
Obamacare may have its problems, including more bugs than one can find in the cornfields of Nebraska, but its legal worries were meant to end after the Supreme Court upheld the individual mandate, the heart of the Affordable Care Act.
Now, as the technologists charged with making healthcare.gov work report progress, lawyers are re-entering the fray. A little-heard of challenge currently making its way through the court system may represent opponents’ last best hope of, as they are fond of saying, driving a stake through the heart of the law.
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U.S. District Judge Paul Friedman turned down a Justice Department request to throw out a lawsuit filed by the Competitive Enterprise Institute challenging health insurance subsidies for individuals and health insurance requirements for businesses in the 34 states that have refused to set up their own health insurance exchanges, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The decision means the Obama administration will have to defend the law in a full trial, with a decision expected in February – when Americans will face the deadline for buying insurance or being fined under the widely despised “individual mandate” portion of the law.
“We have been hoping for a quick ruling since we filed this case, and now it looks like we will get it,” Competitive Enterprise Institute representative Sam Kazman said in a news release.
Under the Affordable Care Act (the official, Orwellian name for Obamacare), Americans who are required to buy health insurance may qualify for federal subsidies if their income is low enough, while businesses are required to provide insurance for full-time employees or face fines.
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