There is a fight going on right now in the legal system to decide whether or not Obama's health care law is constitutional. Multiple lawsuits have sprung up against the national government, saying that it has gone too far. The specific portion of the health care bill that has been attacked as unconstitutional is its provision that citizens HAVE to buy the government-run health insurance, or else pay a penalty... in the form of a fine or jail time!
One such lawsuit has been filed in Virginia. The Virginia attorney general, Kenneth Cuccinelli, is pressing a new state law that would prohibit the government from forcing Viriginian residents to buy the health insurance. Here's the good news: a federal judge, Henry E. Hudson, recently sided with Cuccinelli, declaring that the health care law is unconstitutional. He is the first federal judge to strike down the health care law in this way.
Officials in the Obama administration say that this would have no impact on the health care law, because important parts of it don't take effect until 2014. Other people disagree with the administration's claim, such as Greta Van Susteren from Fox News.
Read more at this link: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/fed-judge-rules-in-favor-of-va-hc-law-challenge/.