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In March of 2010, Congress celebrated the quick passage of President Obama’s health law.
The stated goal of the law was to help more Americans have health insurance. The law includes some regulatory mandates aimed at achieving that. However, because the law takes effect on a long timeline – and many parts of it won’t be active until 2014 – it’s difficult to say how successful or unsuccessful those mandates have been.
There’s been a lot of partial information. See how complete your knowledge is.
A government mandate that forces Americans, acting individually or as part of a larger group, to violate their religious beliefs is an assault on ALL Americans' rights, regardless of their individual faiths.
Find out how to get involved in the fight for health care freedom at SavingOurHealthCare.org!
Americans are tired of being lied to and misled by government officials who are supposed to represent their interests. Most of all, Americans are frustrated with national leadership that seems more interested in scoring political points than getting things done.
For the second year in a row, the Individual Mandate took the tarnished crown as the "winner" of our REAL March Madness ObamaCare bracket game.
Elena Kagan cannot be an unbiased judge of ObamaCare.
In what was the last clear statement of public opinion, the voters of Ohio sent an unambiguous message: Can you hear us now? Americans reject this harmful government take-over of their health care decisions, and are counting on the Court to overturn it.
The victory in New York demonstrates that Americans of all political affiliations increasingly recognize that the big government policies advanced by this Administration and Democrats in Congress are damaging the economy and weakening our country.
While sports fans across this country were glued to the TV for the tip-off of March Madness and the annual NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament, Independent Women's Voice (IWV) is marking the 1st anniversary of the "Real March Madness."