A Judge in Florida - the second - to declare President Obama's healthcare reform law - UNconstutional.
"One of the key parts in the reform law - is the requirement that almost everybody has to buy insurance. And opponents of the law said that Congress has no right to do that. That Congress cannot require any American to buy anything."
That was Health Reporter for POLITICO - Jennifer Haberkorn - speaking with Joe at WSYR in Syracuse...
The tally now stands at four Federal Judges who've ruled on the laws constitutionality...
"The two Judges so far who have said that this was constitutional - were Clinton appointees. Now we've seen a Bush in Virginia and a Reagan appointee yesterday in Florida... but he went a step further than in Virginia - just saying that the individual mandate was unconstitutional - he said - because the individual mandate is unconstitutional - Obamacare is void - based on unconstitionality - so that the entire law - if the individual mandate falls - is unconstitutional. The ENTIRE law - is unconstitutional. That is a step further than the Virginia Judge went."
Director of Policy and International Operations at the American Center for Law and Justice, Attorney Jordan Sekulow speaking with Chris Baker at KTLK in Minneapolis.
AND... according to Sekulow:
"This is the most significant victory yet for those of us who have been fighting against Obamacare in the courts."
If the case makes its way to the Supreme Court... will we see the political divide that we've seen on the decisions made on the Federal level? ...we'll have to wait and see...
I'm Jessica Curtis, and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.