The 4th circuit court of appeal heard oral arguments on the health care reform laws.

It has been reported that the Judges were leaning to uphold the law.

The challengers, the state of Virginia and Liberty University, have argued the decision to forgo insurance is not an economic activity that traditionally falls under Congress’ power to regulate interstate commerce. USA Today

Acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal argued no one truly abstains from the market for health care.

26 other states has challenged the insurance mandate in a separate case.

Most people have no clue what the long term effects of this law is going to have. This law is going to have a impact on every American.