Obama asks Supreme Court to sort out Obamacare
Feeling that lower courts delivered deficient findings, Obama is advancing his healthcare legislation on appeal to the Supreme Court. The outcome should provide more definitive guidance for future solution development.
“The administration is appealing directly to the Supreme Court to rule on health care reform, reports Robert Barnes: "The Obama administration moved aggressively Wednesday for Supreme Court review of the 2010 health-care act, making it likely a constitutional ruling on the president’s signature and most controversial domestic achievement will come in the thick of the presidential campaign. The administration said it was confident the act would be upheld as a valid exercise of federal power, just as Social Security and the Civil Rights Act were. If the court agrees to hear the case in the term that begins Monday, it would almost certainly render its decision by the end of deliberations in June. The administration called upon the justices to review the decision of a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit in Atlanta, which is the only appeals court to say Congress exceeded its power in passing the law."”
By the time the court rules it will be back to you Barry.
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