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Missouri Referendum Nullifies Obama’s Healthcare Bill

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Last night, a critical referendum, Proposition C, passed by an overwhelming majority in Missouri. According to two initial reports (here and here), the proposition passed with more than 71 percent of the voters in favor.

By passing this proposition, which nullifies and overturns the unconstitutional health insurance mandate signed by president Barack Obama earlier this year, Missouri joins Louisiana, Virginia, Idaho, and Utah as the fifth state to fully nullify the mandate. Four of these states are controlled by a Republican majority; Louisiana is the outlier with a strong Democratic majority. More information can be found at the Tenth Amendment Center.


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  1. August 4, 2010 at 6:57 PM

    “The nullification laws are expected to have little immediate practical impact, because the insurance requirement does not take effect until 2014. And by then, the federal courts are likely to have had much to say about whether the new health care law is constitutional, and thus beyond the reach of state efforts to invalidate it. ”

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/01/health/policy/01missouri.html

    I’m not trying to kill your enthusiasm; I’m just reminding you that this at least a 4-year fight for you, and most of the strategic battles haven’t been fought yet.

  1. August 4, 2010 at 5:54 PM
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