Delegate McDonough Requests MD Attorney General Gansler to Enter Lawsuit Against ObamaCare


NEWS CONFERENCE TO BE HELD ON THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 2010, 11:00 A.M., 513 EASTERN AVENUE, ESSEX, MD

Contact: Del. Pat McDonough 410-238-0025 Patmcdee@comcast.net

SUBJECT: Delegate McDonough Requests MD Attorney General Gansler to Enter Lawsuit Against ObamaCare

Delegate Pat McDonough has sent the following letter to Attorney General Gansler:

January 5, 2010

The Honorable Douglas Gansler

Office of the Attorney General

200 St. Paul Place

Baltimore, MD 21202

Dear Mr. Gansler,

I am writing this letter to officially request that you join other attorney generals in the United States in a lawsuit against the federal health care reform act. According to the information being provided by the attorney generals, it is their contention that this legislation is unconstitutional based on the premise that it provides specific consideration to certain states. For example, Nebraska, Louisiana, Florida and Vermont are receiving a huge financial benefit by being permitted to pay decreased Medicaid costs. The taxpayers of Maryland will not only not receive this benefit, but will be required to subsidize the lost funding accrued by the unfair exemption allowed to the previously mentioned states.

I believe that the integrity, judgment, and professionalism regarding the Constitution and the law that the other attorney generals possess makes it clear that their action is needed. It is unclear to me why you would not be anxious to step forward and protect the interests of the taxpayers that we both represent.

Thank you for your consideration in this matter. I would appreciate a reply.

Sincerely,

Pat McDonough

News Conference: Thursday, January 7, 2010, 11:00 AM, at 513 Eastern Avenue in Essex, Maryland.

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