The Constitutional Challenge to PPACA (Obamacare)
The court cases against Obamacare continue to work their way through the legal system. This isn’t over by any means. According to a news story by Reuters this week: “A federal judge in Pennsylvania said the insurance-buying mandate in President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul is unconstitutional, the latest ruling over an issue likely to be taken up by the Supreme Court. Three federal appeals courts have reviewed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. One in Atlanta voted down the individual mandate, one in Cincinnati upheld it, and one in Richmond, Virginia let it stand by rejecting challenges on jurisdictional grounds.”
While the Administration maintains the law will be found constitutional, the judicial rulings are not fully behind that. As a consequence, you are seeing states like South Carolina, Florida and many others declining some or all of the “Exchange” start up money. Operating in today’s market with the possibility of the law being declared unconstitutional can be confusing. Working with a company like The Cason Group can help, as we are staying apprised of what is going on and what can be done. We are here to help you, so please call on us.
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