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Court Hearing Thursday on Physicians' Challenge to 'Obamacare': Doctors Argue Against 'Arbitrary Power and Tyranny'
Date:3/16/2010

employed against hesitant lawmakers.  In addition, questions that have been raised about potential use of the "reconciliation" process in the Senate, or "deeming" the Senate bill passed in the House, serve to highlight the constitutional concerns raised by the doctors.

At the links, view in their entirety (1) the brief in opposition to the Obama Administration's motion to dismiss the suit and (2) the physicians' original complaint

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