Judges won’t put assessment on fast track, as requested by Virginia’s AG.
Allen: “This delay will cost taxpayers and businesses significant resources as they work to put themselves in compliance with a complex and overreaching government-run health care power grab.”
George Allen Statement on the Supreme Court Declining to Expedite Virginia’s Health Care Challenge
Richmond, VA –George Allen today issued the following statement regarding the Supreme Court’s decision to reject expediting Virginia’s health care challenge:
“While not surprising, it is disappointing that the U.S. Supreme Court has declined to expedite the review of Virginia’s lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the federal health care monstrosity. This delay will cost taxpayers and businesses significant resources as they work to put themselves in compliance with a complex and overreaching government-run health care power grab. For the rights and prerogatives of Virginians it is my hope that the courts will work quickly to review this anti-jobs government mandate that exceeds the constitutional bounds of the federal government. Immediate action is needed to so we can replace this massive, expensive experiment with reforms that foster better access to affordable, personal and quality health care opportunities for families and small business owners.”