Margaret Talev and Michael Doyle filed a December 13th report for McClatchy on Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli’s partial victory against Obamacare’s individual mandate writing:
Some 20-odd cases have been filed overall challenging the law.
White House officials and advocates of the law emphasized that Hudson’s ruling is no more important than two recent rulings by federal judges that upheld the mandate. In October, U.S. District Judge George Steeh in Michigan ruled the insurance mandate fit within congressional power under the Constitution’s Commerce Clause. On Nov. 30, U.S. District Judge Norman Moon in Lynchburg, Va. ruled the same.
But not all cases …