Alabama, Florida, Montana and Wyoming will join 16 other states that have already passed laws or made changes to their constitutions to say they will not enforce the so-call “individual mandate” in the law.
The Congressional Research Service say efforts to block the health-care mandate will have no or little impact because they believe the mandate supersedes state law [don't even get me started on this one].
“The problem is acute and worsening. Obamacare’s third party insurance mandate is only the first step toward what the political left really wants: a single payer government health care system (…) meanwhile, conservatives seem resigned to a third party insurance system and therefore fail to present a viable alternative to the American people. They continue to speak in terms of saving the health care ‘system,’ when in fact what America needs is a rejection of all government systems in favor of free market mechanisms.” (Ron Paul)
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