CCHF Files Amicus Brief on Severability Clause

The Court should declare that ACA is unconstitutional in its entirety because severance, in the absence of a severability clause, wreaks havoc on the Constitution’s system of checks and balances and ignores the Separation of Powers doctrine. Such severance provides Congress with less than “ALL” legislative power, imposes a new “reconsideration” mechanism outside of the Presentment Clause, and is beyond the enumerated powers of Article III courts.

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