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Supreme Court Refused Doctors’ ObamaCare Lawsuit Without Comment


doctors-against-obamcareMonday, the Supreme Court flatly refused to hear an ObamaCare lawsuit filed by a group of doctors’ requesting the court to block implementation of the president’s health care law.

Chief Justice John Roberts without comment denied an emergency stay request from the Association of American Physicians & Surgeons, Inc. and the Alliance for Natural Health USA.

The groups asked Chief Justice Friday to temporarily block the law, arguing Congress had passed it unconstitutionally by starting the bill in the Senate, rather than the House of Representatives. According to the Constitution, all revenue-raising bills must originate in the lower chamber, or the people’s House, because the people must control the power of the purse to restrain government power.

They also hoped to stop harsh doctor registration requirements, which they say will make it difficult for independent non-Medicare physicians to treat Medicare-eligible patients.


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Laura Lee Baris is the Assistant Editor at People's Pundit Daily (PPD) and the Producer of "Inside the Numbers" with the People's Pundit. Laura covers politics, entertainment, culture and women's issues. She is also married to the People's Pundit, Richard D. Baris, and a mother to their two beautiful children.

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  • so Roberts now covers his a$$ by declaring it a tax AND bypassing the constitution which clearly states revenue bills start in the HOUSE. Corruption reigns in the land.

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