Cuccinelli tells FOX Business he is "looking forward" to suing feds in court on health care
Virginia's Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli appeared Wednesday evening with Neil Cavuto on FOX Business Network to discuss this week's approval by Virginia's Democratic-controlled state Senate of bill making it illegal to require an individual to purchase health care. Cuccinelli said the 23 to 17 vote "set a bar that we do not accept the individual mandate for our citizens."
And Cuccinelli told the national audience that he is itching to challenge the federal government over the issue, should Congress approve legislation requiring inviduals to buy insurance. "I'm looking forward to that contest if they want to bring that fight," he said.
Watch the appearance here.
February 4, 2010; 7:30 AM ET
Categories: General Assembly 2010 , Ken Cuccinelli , Rosalind Helderman , State Senate
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