Health Law Opponents Optimistic In Efforts To Block Implementation
Politico reports that the tea party movement is finding "surprising success." Meanwhile, KHN reports that Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli gives his state's health challenge good odds of winning in court.
Politico: Tea Party Finds Success Blocking Reform
Despite their best efforts, tea party activists could not stop Congress from passing health reform last year. Now, they're finding surprising success doing the next best thing: blocking the law's implementation (Kliff, 3/30).
Kaiser Health News: Cuccinelli Says Va. Suit Has 60% Chance Of Prevailing: The KHN Interview
Reporting for Kaiser Health News, Bara Vaida writes: "Virginia's Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has defined himself as one of the country's leading conservatives with his lawsuit against the health care overhaul law. Filed within minutes after the law passed in March 2010, the suit could set limits on Congress' power" (Vaida, 3/30).