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Healthcare Reform Law Now Challenged In Mississippi
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The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi is allowing a a lawsuit which challenges the new healthcare ref0rm law on constitutional grounds. The state’s Lt.Gov. Phil Bryant is among the plaintiffs, although he is doing it as a private citizen.  The main argument being used against the healthcare law is that this gives Congress unlimited power over the lives of citizens and unnecessary regulation of their private affairs.

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Federal judge allows Mississippi health care reform challenge to proceed

  
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