A reading of the Constitution through the original understanding of the Founders and Ratifiers makes it quite clear that any national health care plan, or national public option, is not something that was delegated by the People to the Federal Government in the Constitution.

However, the courts, politicians and many commentators have interpreted (and re-interpreted) the Commerce Clause, the general Welfare Clause and Necessary and Proper Clause in ways not intended by the Founders so as to justify such programs under the Constitution. They are most certainly wrong.

The Health Care Nullification Act declares that “the federal law known as the ‘Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,’ signed by President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010, is not authorized by the Constitution of the United States and violates its true meaning and intent as given by the Founders and Ratifiers, and is hereby declared to be invalid, shall not be recognized, is specifically rejected, and shall be considered null and void and of no effect.”

CLICK HERE – for information on the “Federal Health Care Nullification Act” which directly nullifies the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” signed into law by Barack Obama on 03-23-10.

Legend: Blue – Introduced. Yellow – Passed one or more houses. Green – Passed both houses. Red – Passed as Law.
Purple – Failed Vote or Stalled in Committee

2012 Legislation (scroll down for previous session activity)

2011 Legislation

87 thoughts on “Federal Health Care Nullification Act

  1. Mark Coleman

    My objection to the Supremes all along has been that they are political in nature. Because of the way the system is set up, they have to be political to ever even be considered for that post.

  2. Jeannie Montour

    Ron Paul!!!!

  3. Jeannie Montour

    Ron Paul!!!!

  4. Citywatch Bloomington

    WHAT’S NEXT? What’s been the answer all along? What has to happen before the people, and thus, the States, reclaim their sovereignty?But one overriding question looms in my head as I preach and preach this doctrine – do citizens even realize they’ve lost it? Before we can figure out what to do, we must first figure what the problem is.

  5. Citywatch Bloomington

    WHAT’S NEXT? What’s been the answer all along? What has to happen before the people, and thus, the States, reclaim their sovereignty?But one overriding question looms in my head as I preach and preach this doctrine – do citizens even realize they’ve lost it? Before we can figure out what to do, we must first figure what the problem is.

  6. Tim Zivku

    Which of the 26 states challenging the individual mandate in the Obama administration’s health-care law are committed to nullification?

  7. Tim Zivku

    Which of the 26 states challenging the individual mandate in the Obama administration’s health-care law are committed to nullification?

  8. Amos Hollar

    Disobedience would be required as well as nullification by all 26 of the states that filled the suit to begin with.

  9. Amos Hollar

    Disobedience would be required as well as nullification by all 26 of the states that filled the suit to begin with.

  10. Harold Thomas Leonard III

    @Amos – If a majority of the states were against something and we didn’t have the 17th ammendment, then it would not have happened in the first place.

  11. Harold Thomas Leonard III

    @Amos – If a majority of the states were against something and we didn’t have the 17th ammendment, then it would not have happened in the first place.

  12. Dan Hunt

    Let me make sure I understand.You want to pass law to reassert our 9th and 10th Amendment rights through the very body that violated those rights with an Unconstitutional Act. You are asking the fox to guard the hen house. It’s a self defeating purpose as it ignores the tenet of nullification by which the states and the people reassert their rights without the involvement of Congress to rectify the very problem they created.

  13. Turdzilla Central

    still states need some sort of healthcare for all citizens, the for profit system has failed and it needs to be replaced. the system of healthcare now is going to bankrupt this country as the poor and ill are being dumped on the system anyway. without an alternative just being a nay sayer is unproductive. Obama is addressing the issue, i don;t see any one else having the balls to fix the system, states aren;t doing anything at all! Obama did pass legislation such that for profit insurance can not dump you if you get sick, it was hurting their bottom line so they don;t want sick people in there books! buy a clu, what else you got besides obamacare, you got nothing but more of the same failure of profit based pseudo-care. you come up with an alternative then i will listen to you, tight now all you got is a Bitchin and jack-squat for an alternative.

  14. Harold Thomas Leonard III

    @t-zilla – The for profit system is virtually absent from well over half of the health care sector as it is; how could it have failed?

  15. Pete Whiseheart

    Call for a Constitutional Convention Called by the States or SHUT UP!!

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