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December 17, 2010

Lt. Gov. Kinder Debates the Health Care Mandate

A Virginia judge ruled that the President’s health care plan calling for an individual insurance mandate is unconstitutional. KMOX's Charlie Brennan talks with Mo. Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder and Thomas McAuliffe of the Missouri Foundation for Health, who take opposing viewpoints on this issue.

December 13, 2010

Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder Discusses the Virginia Ruling

Lt. Governor Peter Kinder took to the airways today to discuss a federal judge in Virginia's ruling that parts of the new federal health law are unconstitutional.

KMOX: The Mark Reardon Show, December 13, 2010

97.1 FM News Talk: The Dana Show, December 13, 2010

Statement from Lt. Governor Kinder on Virginia Judge’s Federal Health Care Law Ruling

ST. LOUIS – Lt. Governor Peter Kinder today released the following statement after a federal judge in Virginia has ruled that parts of the new federal health law are unconstitutional:

"Today's ruling is a victory not only for the people of the United States, but also for the freedoms we hold so dear. Judge Hudson's ruling confirms what many of us believed to be true nearly one year ago; that congress overstepped their authority in mandating that every American purchase health insurance.

"This ruling strengthens my lawsuit which currently awaits a hearing in a Missouri federal courtroom. This also boosts the efforts of more 20 other states that will bring their arguments before a Florida federal judge on Thursday.

“With an overwhelming majority of states joining this constitutional challenge, I am calling on Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster to join me in this legal effort on behalf of the people of the Great State of Missouri.

"Nearly one year ago, we watched as this law was passed in a series of back room deals and bribes, leaving cash strapped states like Missouri to cover the hefty tab. But now, with our continued efforts across state lines and with the new Congress expected to begin efforts on repealing and replacing this law with true, systematic health care reform, we are one step closer to putting an end to Washington’s attempt to control our health care system in America."