Lawyers for both the Obama administration and the 26 states suing over health care reform legislation will now wait to see if a Federal Appeals Court in Atlanta throws out a ruling from a Federal Court in Florida that the new laws regarding health care coverage were unconstitutional.

FOX News Radio's Eben Brown reports from Miami...

Attorneys General from the states challenging the law spoke with reporters after the arguments in Atlanta.

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens says he's angry that such a bill would even pass through Congress...

Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi released this statement after arguments:

"I am encouraged by the judges' response to our arguments that the health care law's Medicaid expansion unconstitutionally coerces the states by forcing them to assume billions in uncompensated Medicaid costs. The health care law vastly exceeds Congress's legitimate authority.

"I hope for a prompt decision from the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals and look forward to a final resolution by the U.S. Supreme Court as soon as possible."

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