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McCollum, Bondi solicit GOP support for federal health care lawsuit

by Dara Kam | November 18th, 2010

Attorney General Bill McCollum and his successor Pam Bondi are urging fellow Republicans throughout the country to join his lawsuit against the federal government over the new federal health care law.

McCollum and Bondi, who will take over on Jan. 4., sent a letter to 13 Republicans who won election this month as attorneys general or governor hoping to shore up support for the lawsuit now working its way through the federal courts.

“Having a majority of the states litigating our constitutional rights is a powerful message,” they wrote.

Oral argument on the case is set for Dec. 16 in Pensacola.

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9 Responses to “McCollum, Bondi solicit GOP support for federal health care lawsuit”

  1. Bianca Gascoigne Says:

    1:30 OMG FREDDYYYY! <3

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    1:30 OMG FREDDYYYY! <3

  3. I Like Tea Says:

    Why should regular Floridians have to help pay for poor sick people and immigrants?
    Let them die for all I care.
    Maybe the unemployment rate will go down and I can find a job.

  4. Full Support Says:

    The government cannot mandate you purchase a private product by threats of fines and/or prison. What country are we living in? Kenya? A kenyan muslim in the white house…thanks a lot people

  5. guy burse Says:

    Attorney General Bill McCollum and his successor Pam Bondi are urging fellow Republicans throughout the country to join his lawsuit against the federal government over the new federal health care law.

  6. Shar Says:

    This is great, now that the Reps are in charge they will cut Medicade and now try to stop the Health Care Bill that is badly needed by millions of people. I hope some day that you upper level people are thrown down to my level and have to fight to survive and receive proper medical care, then maybe you would start thinking about someone other than yourselves. I can’t believe that all Reps. want to get rid of this healthcare bill, none of them must be poor. Who gives a Dam about the poor?

  7. Shar Says:

    I would like to know the difference between Regular Floridians and poor sick people, sounds pretty Bias to me. I sure hope that you never become a poor sick person!
    Also, there isn’t a Kenyan Muslim in the White House, that’s Racist! The directions above say nothing posted that is Racist or hateful, can’t you follow directions?

  8. Oscar Says:

    Crist you should of resigned with Bobby.
    Now it is time to say bye bye to Burts and Maria..and Irv…thanks for destroying the party.

    That redhead that works for Deutch should go back to work for Wexler otherwise…downhill for Deutch.

    Wow no wonder way they lost

  9. Removals Southampton Says:

    This arguement happens everywhere, why should the working tax payers pay for other people – I’m thrown 2 ways, think why should i care but also take pity on the poorer

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