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Delay the Mandate or Face Litigation

The time for half-measures is over.

The Obama Administration can’t restore millions of canceled insurance policies, it can’t fix healthcare.gov fast enough to cover the gap, and it’s leaving millions of Americans not just uninsured but also in violation of federal law — through no fault of their own.

This is intolerable, and it’s unconstitutional.

At the ACLJ, we’ve already prepared litigation, a case ready to be filed that will block the Administration from imposing its unconstitutional penalties on the American public.

Join us as we present the Obama Administration with our clearest and simplest demand yet.

Petition to Delay the Unconstitutional Individual Mandate

Dear Mr. President,

Delay the mandate, or we’ll sue. You caused millions of Americans to lose their insurance. You cannot penalize them for a problem you caused.

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