Can Congress require you to purchase health insurance? Is it constitutional for Congress to penalize you if you don't? Those questions are at the core of legal challenges of ObamaCare, which the Supreme Court will consider in March.
Our position is clear: the individual mandate is wrong. It is unconstitutional and violates the Commerce Clause of the Constitution.
As you know, we have been active from the start in challenging this government-run, pro-abortion health care law.
We're challenging ObamaCare directly with our own federal lawsuit. And, of course, as you know, we're representing nearly 120 members of Congress and more than 100,000 Americans in a friend-of-the-court brief that we filed earlier this month addressing one of the several issues before the high court.
The fact is that ObamaCare represents the largest power grab ever of the federal government. What's at stake in ObamaCare is not simply a health care plan - it is how do we define liberty in America? It could very well be the most important case in our lifetime. That's why we are being so aggressive in our legal challenges.
We're preparing a new amicus brief to be filed in just a matter of weeks at the Supreme Court specifically addressing the unconstitutionality of the individual mandate. We do have the support of nearly 30% of the total membership of the U.S. House of Representatives on this new brief, and we've already heard from more than 115,000 Americans. But we need to hear from you.
Whether you've signed our briefs in the past, or have never added your name, this is the time to stand with us. Add your name to our new brief that we will be filing in early February.
We need to hear from you now. Tell the Supreme Court that ObamaCare to declare this disturbing law unconstitutional. Add you name here.