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Post by matwms Tue Nov 08, 2011 1:07 pm

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law got a boost on Tuesday when an appeals court agreed with a lower court that dismissed a challenge and found the law's minimum coverage requirement was constitutional.

The Appeals Court for the District of Columbia Circuit upheld a lower court ruling that had found it constitutional to require Americans to buy healthcare insurance coverage by early 2014 or face a penalty and had dismissed a lawsuit challenging it.

"It certainly is an encroachment on individual liberty, but it is no more so than a command that restaurants or hotels are obliged to serve all customers regardless of race ... or that a farmer cannot grow enough wheat to support his own family," wrote Judge Laurence Silberman in the majority opinion, citing past federal mandates that inspired legal fights.

"The right to be free from federal regulation is not absolute, and yields to the imperative that Congress be free to forge national solutions to national problems, no matter how local -- or seemingly passive -- their individual origins."

It was the latest victory for the Obama administration, which sought the new law to try to stem the soaring costs of healthcare and to increase coverage for the more than 35 million Americans without healthcare insurance.

COURTS DIFFER

Two federal courts have thrown out the so-called individual mandate but others have upheld it. The Supreme Court is expected to take up the matter this term.

In the latest case, Judge Brett Kavanaugh broke with the other two justices on the panel and said the court did not have jurisdiction to decide the case.

In his 65-page dissent he wrote that the Anti-Injunction Act, "limits the jurisdiction of federal courts over tax-related matters" and said the penalty charged for not having insurance is a tax.

Kavanaugh also cautioned the courts against rushing to decide the constitutionality of the law, known as the Affordable Care Act, and urged waiting until 2015 when tax refund or enforcement suits would be filed over the mandate.

"We should hesitate to unnecessarily decide a case that could usher in a significant expansion of congressional authority with no obvious principled limit," Kavanaugh wrote.

Last month the Obama administration asked the Supreme Court for a quick ruling on the requirement. The high court could resolve uncertainty over the law that is affecting the federal government, states and companies. The court's current term runs through June 2012.

More than half the states have sued to challenge the law, saying Congress overstepped its constitutional authority.

A three-judge panel of the 11th Circuit Court agreed, saying in August that the law is not protected by the Commerce Clause of the Constitution, which allows Congress to regulate commerce among states.

It too said the penalty for not having insurance was akin to a tax, which the government was not entitled to levy.

But an Appeals Court in Cincinnati said the individual mandate was constitutional.

Meanwhile, Virginia is asking the Supreme Court to overturn a decision throwing out its challenge that contends federal law cannot trump a state one allowing residents to forego health insurance.

(Reporting by Jeremy Pelofsky and Lisa Lambert in Washington, editing by Howard Goller and Eric Beech)

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Post by Guest Tue Nov 08, 2011 1:15 pm

well it will end up in the Supreme Court. Come and get me in 2014, I will not not get it. Sorry, I have my own health care plan and it is with the Lord, along with eating the right things, cleansing the body a couple times a year and taking the minerals the body needs with proper oxygen. No need for commercial negativity and forced association. AJ

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Post by Guest Tue Nov 08, 2011 1:17 pm

and oh, by the way, if your a washington dc citizen, you have to follow the laws for the 10 sqaure miles.............that does not mean they extend to me, if you know what true rights are.

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Post by rick152 Tue Nov 08, 2011 9:47 pm

And, the Supreme Court will have a delima to decide from. 1. Does the United States "corperation" have jurisdiction. OR, 2. Does America, the Republic have jursdiction, in which Obamacare is, IS, unconstututional. We will see how it goes...love each other and yourtself...rick152

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Post by Guest Tue Nov 08, 2011 10:14 pm

rick152 wrote:And, the Supreme Court will have a delima to decide from. 1. Does the United States "corperation" have jurisdiction. OR, 2. Does America, the Republic have jursdiction, in which Obamacare is, IS, unconstututional. We will see how it goes...love each other and yourtself...rick152

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