Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Potential costs of new law worry officials in Nevada

This is an interesting article in the Review Journal. It states,
The stakes are high for Nevada in the cases seeking to block implementation of the law overhauling health care.

If the law were struck down, it would save taxpayers in the economically depressed state as much as $574 million in costs to the state's general fund through 2019, according to the latest state estimates.

Wasn't this supposed to cut health care costs? You can not get something for nothing unless you live in socialistic country, but in the end, someone has to pay.

The article also states,
Hutchison is representing Nevada in the case pro bono. Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto refused a directive from Gibbons to join the lawsuit, arguing that she thought the plaintiffs' case was frivolous.

Either the Attorney General was playing politics or she doesn't know her law because the case must have had merit since the ruling by U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson in Richmond, Va.declared the heart of the legislation is unconstitutional.

How did she get reelected? Even the Review Journal before the election said that she was a disappointment.

If the people of Nevada continue to vote by party instead of voting for the best candidate, we will continue to lose our liberty and freedom.

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