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By Nathanael Bennett1307632973000

Over the past year, we have continued to maintain on our website several clear reasons for why we believe Congress should repeal ObamaCare.

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) which became law on March 23, 2010 took an unprecedented and unconstitutional action. The PPACA requires nearly every American to purchase acceptable insurance or face a penalty from the IRS. Several states have filed lawsuits challenging portions of the PPACA, specifically the individual mandate, as unconstitutional. We have filed amicus briefs in both of the Virginia and Florida cases. We also represent five plaintiffs in federal court challenging the unconstitutionality of the law.

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