King Introduces Bill to Prohibit Supreme Court from Citing Obamacare
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Steve King released the following statement after introducing, in conjunction with his 100% repeal Obamacare Act also introduced today at the start of the 115th Congress, a bill to prohibit the Supreme Court from Citing Obamacare in future decisions.
"Today, I introduced my full 100% repeal of ObamaCare ‘as if such Act had not been enacted,’ said King. “Obamacare should be ripped out by the roots and thus, I have introduced this legislation in conjunction with my repeal bill in an effort to look ahead and bar the Supreme Court from citing Obamacare in forthcoming decisions as binding precedent.
It was my first order of business on the morning after ObamaCare passed into law, March 24, 2010, to draft and introduce my full, 100% repeal of ObamaCare. By prohibiting the Supreme Court from citing ObamaCare cases, we will be truly eradicating this unconstitutional policy from all three branches of government so that the repeal will be complete. Furthermore, we must work to restore Article I authority and the Rule of Law by ensuring Congress is the only entity of our government making or changing laws.”
To view the original bill text, click here.