An Important Case

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The U.S. Supreme Court has just agreed to review and decide the constitutionality of ObamaCare – the pro-abortion health care law enacted against the clear will of the American people.

Supreme Court Takes Up ObamaCare

The Supreme Court will now decide once and for all whether this law, which is an unprecedented expansion of government power and uses our tax dollars for the largest expansion of abortion since Roe v. Wade.

The ACLJ is representing more than 100 Members of Congress filing a critical amicus brief to the Supreme Court, challenging this unconstitutional law. This is the decisive moment; we need you to act now.

Sign on to our brief to the Supreme Court to reject ObamaCare and declare it unconstitutional.

Your voice is critically important in this fight. This truly is a decisive moment in history where every American is going to look back and ask: where did you stand? Did you act on your convictions?

Once you have signed on to this brief, please forward this message to anyone you know who wants to see this dangerous law and expansion of abortion defeated; and please use the Facebook “Like” buttons in this email to share this important opportunity to make our voices heard in the highest court of the land.

For more than a year and a half the ACLJ has battled ObamaCare in the courts. President Obama has ignored the will of the American people and threatened the liberty of every American citizen by mandating that we buy a particular good or service. The President has chosen to force government-run healthcare upon the American people and now our Constitution is in critical condition.

Take action with us to defeat ObamaCare.

Not only has the Supreme Court agreed to consider the constitutionality of the individual mandate – the requirement that all Americans purchase health insurances – but as we urged the Court in our amicus brief asking the Court to take the case, it will also consider the issue of severability.

In other words, the Court will decide if the individual mandate is unconstitutional, whether the entire law must be struck down. I have already begun working with our team of senior attorneys to urge the Justices to do just that – declare all of ObamaCare unconstitutional.

With a decision expected by the high Court in just a matter of months, it is now more important than ever to take a stand against ObamaCare. Join our amicus brief today and voice your opposition to the failed law.

Sign on to our brief urging the Supreme Court to reject pro-abortion ObamaCare and declare it unconstitutional.

This is one of the most decisive moments in the fight for life and liberty that we have seen in decades. Thank you for taking a stand today.

Jay Sekulow
ACLJ Chief Counsel

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