Federal Healthcare Law to be Argued Next Week at Court of Appeals in Richmond, VA

May 3, 2011


Mat Staver will present oral argument at the federal court of appeals on Tuesday, May 10, 2011, at 9:30 am ET, challenging the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, often referred to as “ObamaCare.” The case, Liberty University v. Geithner, will be heard at the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit at 1000 East Main Street, Richmond, Virginia. Liberty Counsel represents Liberty University and two private individuals. On the same day, the court of appeals will also hear the case of Commonwealth of Virginia v. Sebelius.

No Supreme Court case has ever allowed the federal government to force people into the stream of commerce, and no Supreme Court case has ever permitted the federal government to force people to buy a government-defined product.

If the government has the ability to force unwilling participants to buy health insurance, then there is no limit on the government’s power. It is the hope of many Americans that this lawsuit is on a fast track to the ultimate demise of this overreaching health insurance law.

To understand more about this and other attempts of Obama to take our nation beyond the constitutional reaches of government authority, get your copy of The Blueprint: Obama's Plan To Subvert The Constitution And Build An Imperial Presidency for a donation of $30. Your gift will help Liberty Counsel fund this legal battle.

In addition, Liberty Counsel is gathering an ‘Amici Book’ (Book of Friends) to include all the supporters of our efforts. Please add your name to this book list and we will carry your support into court on May 10th, along with tens of thousands of like-minded Americans. The cut-off time is today at midnight. Sign your name here.


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