ObamaCare’s failures are impossible to deny.
The bloated federal bureaucracy simply cannot implement its provisions on time, and now the Obama Administration has decided to favor corporations over individuals by delaying the employer insurance mandate while enforcing the individual mandate and the abortion-pill mandate.
This is fundamentally unfair.
Even worse, the Obama Administration now intends to bust the federal budget by potentially providing subsidies to millions of Americans who don’t qualify.
Momentum is building in Washington, and even liberals are frustrated. Now is the time to act.
Dear President Obama and Members of Congress,
ObamaCare isn’t working. The federal government can’t meet deadlines, can’t protect against fraud, is forcing Americans to violate their faith, and now is treating corporations better than individuals. Delay the individual mandate, do not fund programs vulnerable to fraud, and defeat the takeover of our health care system by a federal government that keeps proving its incompetence and corruption.
Today, the ACLJ filed an amicus brief with the United States Supreme Court in support of the Little Sisters of the Poor and the Trump Administration and their efforts to defend religious employers that object to the abortion-pill mandate. The brief was submitted on behalf of over 463,000 ACLJ...
This could finally be the death knell for ObamaCare. The Supreme Court just agreed to hear a THIRD major challenge to ObamaCare, aka the Affordable Care Act, after a group of conservative-led states argued that the law is now, at least in part, unconstitutional. As reported by Fox News : The U.S.
ObamaCare is heading back to the Supreme Court in a case that could be the final blow to the Affordable Care Act. On today’s Jay Sekulow Live we discussed ObamaCare heading back to the Supreme Court. With tomorrow being Super Tuesday, we also provided updated analysis on the race for the Democrat...
Recently, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit held that ObamaCare’s individual mandate is unconstitutional. As we explained earlier , the individual mandate required millions of Americans to buy and indefinitely maintain health insurance or face annual penalties. The Supreme...