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Court Decision In Virginia Not The Final Word On New Health Law
12/15/2010: Just about everyone agrees that U.S. District Court Judge Henry Hudson's decision to strike down the central tenet of the new health law won’t be the end of the saga. But Hudson did something no one expected. When he...

Health reform will survive its legal fight
12/14/2010: In March, New Hampshire preschool teacher Gail O'Brien, who was unable to obtain health insurance through her employer, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of lymphoma. Her subsequent applications for health insurance...

Health-Law Ruling Viewed as Limited
12/14/2010: A Virginia judge's ruling on the health overhaul may be narrower than either side of the case let on after Monday's decision. U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson found the law's requirement that most Americans carry...

Florida's Uninsured Residents: Don't Reject a Good Thing
12/07/2010: With one of every five Floridians lacking health insurance, the state government should welcome the opportunities presented by the federal health care reform law. Yet the state continues to oppose and put off measures...

Other Views: Florida right to fight federal law
12/05/2010: The new federal health care law places Florida in uncharted territory with regard to infringement by the federal government upon the rights of citizens and sovereignty of states. Florida's executive branch has initiated...

New health insurance rules benefit consumers | But Florida wants waiver of rebate program
12/02/2010: Imagine more of the money you spend on health insurance going into your medical care, or you get a rebate. That’s scheduled to occur beginning next year -- unless Florida is successful in beating back new federal...

Flaws in healthcare law coming to light (Rep. Cliff Stearns)
12/01/2010: Americans are only eight months into the passage of the more than 2,000-page healthcare bill, but they are beginning to see some of the problems created by this new healthcare law.   When Congress passed the massive...

We’re in the bailout era
11/18/2010: It’s all about the bailouts these days, Felix Salmon, Reuters columnist, observed. “[W]e’re still in the middle of the bailout era, and we’re not even close to a point where bailouts are a thing of the past. Portugal is...

J.C. WATTS: The continuing health care nightmare
08/22/2010: We "have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it," proclaimed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the end of last spring's congressional health care debate. Indeed, Americans are rapidly witnessing just how much an...

Bill McCollum: Defending Floridians against unlawful mandate
08/08/2010: Minutes after President Obama signed the federal health care act into law, I filed the first lawsuit challenging the act's unprecedented individual mandate and its violation of states' sovereignty. On Friday, Florida...

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