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States vs. United States Government

Nov 23rd, 2010

governmentThe health care reform bill has upset many of the citizens and the various states with rules and laws that go beyond what is considered reasonable. One of the main provisions of this new health care reform bill is the simple fact that the government is mandating every individual to purchase a government sanctioned affordable health insurance policy.
Yet, there are a few states and their residents who are going to receive special treatment because of the under handed deals that were sanctioned through the governing body. Those states who were not involved in the wheeling and dealing are filing legitimate lawsuits against the government to over turn the mandate of mandatory health insurance by all citizens.
This is an argument taken up between the states against the governing sanctioned body and will most likely reach a decision regarding mandating health insurance once it goes before the Supreme Court and they accept hearing the pending case. In the meantime, the states are doing what they can to try to defend and protect their citizens
What is unfortunate is that no one knows for sure what the outcome of the legal lawsuits will bring and how it will affect all citizens and the current affordable health insurance they possess. The answer all citizens are waiting patiently to hear is how constitutional this new health care reform bill will be.
The constitution currently states that federal law must be dispensed evenly across the land to all individuals. To choose which states and which citizens will abide by any new law is considered unconstitutional. Here is where the difficulty arises with the new health care reform bill.
There have been so many instances where partiality is evidenced, that it appears as though favoritism is the new law of the land. A handful of states are exempt from the current mandated health care reform, while others are not exempt. Union members are receiving special treatment over private sector citizens. This is the reason why a handful of states have decided to fight through the courts to have the citizens of their state heard.
There have been other lawsuits filed against the federal government before on behalf of the citizens of given states and the states have won. This may be more difficult because it has not taken health insurance mandates into consideration before. Only time will tell how this new health care reform will play itself out in the eyes of the court. The best scenario is a good case coming from the states to defeat the mandate of all citizens having to purchase a health insurance policy.

The health care reform bill has upset many of the citizens and the various states with rules and laws that go beyond what is considered reasonable. One of the main provisions of this new health care reform bill is the simple fact that the government is mandating every individual to purchase a government sanctioned affordable health insurance policy.
Yet, there are a few states and their residents who are going to receive special treatment because of the under handed deals that were sanctioned through the governing body. Those states who were not involved in the wheeling and dealing are filing legitimate lawsuits against the government to over turn the mandate of mandatory health insurance by all citizens.
This is an argument taken up between the states against the governing sanctioned body and will most likely reach a decision regarding mandating health insurance once it goes before the Supreme Court and they accept hearing the pending case. In the meantime, the states are doing what they can to try to defend and protect their citizens
What is unfortunate is that no one knows for sure what the outcome of the legal lawsuits will bring and how it will affect all citizens and the current affordable health insurance they possess. The answer all citizens are waiting patiently to hear is how constitutional this new health care reform bill will be.
The constitution currently states that federal law must be dispensed evenly across the land to all individuals. To choose which states and which citizens will abide by any new law is considered unconstitutional. Here is where the difficulty arises with the new health care reform bill.
There have been so many instances where partiality is evidenced, that it appears as though favoritism is the new law of the land. A handful of states are exempt from the current mandated health care reform, while others are not exempt. Union members are receiving special treatment over private sector citizens. This is the reason why a handful of states have decided to fight through the courts to have the citizens of their state heard.
There have been other lawsuits filed against the federal government before on behalf of the citizens of given states and the states have won. This may be more difficult because it has not taken health insurance mandates into consideration before. Only time will tell how this new health care reform will play itself out in the eyes of the court. The best scenario is a good case coming from the states to defeat the mandate of all citizens having to purchase a health insurance policy.

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