TribBlog: Read Abbott's Health Care Lawsuit
President Barack Obama signed the health care reform bill into law this morning. Texas and 12 other states promptly filed a lawsuit challenging its constitutionality. Read that lawsuit here.
This morning, President Barack Obama signed the health care reform bill into law. As promised, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott joined 12 other attorneys general in promptly filing a lawsuit challenging the law's constitutionality.
Here's a list of the attorneys general involved and the states they represent:
Bill McCollum, Florida
Henry McMaster, South Carolina
Jon Bruning, Nebraska
Greg Abbott, Texas
Mark L. Shurtleff, Utah
James D. “Buddy” Caldwell, Louisiana
Troy King, Alabama
Michael A. Cox, Michigan
John W. Suthers, Colorado
Thomas W. Corbett, Jr., Pennsylvania
Robert M. McKenna, Washington
Lawrence G. Wasden, Idaho
Marty J. Jackley, South Dakota
Peruse the lawsuit here:
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