It is the culmination of a long legal battle. ObamaCare - the pro-abortion, government-run health care law that a clear majority of Americans oppose - is now at the Supreme Court of the United States.
The American Center for Law and Justice has been at the forefront - challenging the constitutionality of ObamaCare - backing legal challenges by Virginia and Florida - and taking our own action - our federal lawsuit now pending before a federal appeals court.
While thousands of you already have expressed opposition to ObamaCare, we are now entering a critical new phase - convincing the Supreme Court to take up the challenge and declare this pro-abortion health care law unconstitutional - once and for all. We need to hear from you now – join the Supreme Court Committee to Declare ObamaCare Unconstitutional - and become part of our legal briefs being filed at the Supreme Court.
ObamaCare fails the American people on numerous levels. It represents an unprecedented level of funding for abortion. It also 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. I do not want our tax dollars to fund abortions. This law contradicts the will of the American people. I stand with the American Center for Law and Justice as they support challenges to this unconstitutional law at the Supreme Court in order to reverse pro-abortion ObamaCare.
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...