Opinion

March 26, 2010

Commentary: Legal precedents mean health care bill opponents unlikely to win

It's a highly admirable thing, really: Opponents of Obamacare say they are rising to defend liberty. In this case, it's economic liberty. There's no way, they say, that Congress has the power to make people buy something they don't want to buy, like health insurance. Thirteen states, including Texas, have raised that claim as part of a federal lawsuit meant to block implementation of the new health care law so strongly backed by President Barack Obama.

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