Earlier this year, the House voted to repeal ObamaCare. Today, the ACLJ filed an amicus brief with the Supreme Court urging the court to invalidate the law. I applaud the ACLJ's argument, and support its efforts to have the law reversed.
The brief argues: "The unconstitutional individual mandate is the essential component of the ACA's reforms to the health insurance and health care markets, as the Federal Government has conceded. Congress would not have passed the ACA absent the individual mandate. Without the individual mandate, the ACA's remaining provisions cannot function properly. Thus, the unconstitutional individual mandate is not severable from the ACA, and the entire Act must be invalidated."