The clock is ticking, the Supreme Court of the United States is poised to hear oral arguments on ObamaCare in March. The high court’s ObamaCare decision will impact generations to come; this is the moment we have to stop it.
The ACLJ is just weeks away from filing a second amicus brief with the high court - urging the Justices to strike down the individual mandate, the provision that forces Americans to purchase health insurance. These insurance programs can, and in some cases are required to, pay for abortions – creating a financial windfall of taxpayer dollars to the abortion industry. Our chance to stop it is now, at the Supreme Court.
Tell the Supreme Court it must reject the constitutionally flawed ObamaCare. Add your name to our new amicus brief now.
To: The Supreme Court of the United States of America
ObamaCare fails the American people. It represents a government-run health care system, the government controlling our health care decisions, and penalizes Americans who choose not to participate. The tax dollars that ObamaCare directs to abortion will bring about the greatest expansion of abortion since Roe v. Wade. This law contradicts the will of the American people. I stand with the ACLJ and 119 Members of Congress in urging you to declare ObamaCare unconstitutional.
As we approach the one year anniversary of the Hobby Lobby decision , where the Supreme Court held that the HHS Mandate violated the religious liberties of business owners, it’s clear that the struggle to vindicate religious freedom and the right to conscience is far from over. Having said that,
Today the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that could cripple ObamaCare. The Supreme Court has a critical opportunity to reject IRS regulations that illegally authorize tax subsidies for purchasers of health insurance on federal healthcare exchanges. The ACLJ has filed an amicus...
After his “glib” apology before Congress this week for calling the American people “stupid,” ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber attempted to dodge, duck, dip, dive, and … dodge every substantive question that came his way. He refused to answer even the simplest questions like how much ( millions )
From day one, we have warned that the real danger of Obamacare is not in the 2,700 pages of its text (as bad as they are), but in the hundreds of thousands of pages of rules and regulations that would flow out of that text. This week provides yet another example of that danger, and it is in the...