Another Lawsuit Against ObamaCare Survives a Preliminary Challenge

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Another Lawsuit Against ObamaCare Survives a Preliminary Challenge
October 14, 2010 6:32 pm

The rulings keep rolling in on the constitutionality of the federal reform law. On Thursday, a federal judge in Florida refused to dismiss the lawsuit brought by a group of state attorneys general( led by Florida’s Bill McCollum), although he threw out several of the suit’s lesser claims. (Here’s the ruling, courtesy of the Wall Street Journal.) That’s the second such decision; a federal judge in Virginia held in August that the Commonwealth’s attorney general could proceed with a similar lawsuit. On the flip side, a federal judge in Michigan ruled earlier this month against a lawsuit that had been brought by the Thomas More Law Center, declaring that the law’s requirement to buy was constitutional….

— Jon Healey

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