The Obamacare Class Action (OCA) is a Federal lawsuit challenging the Constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). The goal of the OCA lawsuit is to reverse the legal precedent that has allowed the federal government to exceed its original Constitutional limits as enumerated in Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution. This will also cause the entire “Obamacare” Act to be ruled unconstitutional and unenforceable.
This is why the OCA is unique among the many lawsuits filed against the PPACA. Our class action:
- Tackles the root cause of why Obamacare was passed by Congress
- Allows any American citizen to directly participate in Obamacare being overturned
- Removes Obamacare entirely, not just the “individual mandate”
- Prevents similar legislation from being passed in the future
How can we say this? The OCA lawsuit uses the PPACA as an opportunity to revisit the Commerce Clause precedent (Wickard v. Filburn) that has given Congress free reign to regulate all aspects of American life. The Constitution clearly intended Congress’ authority to be limited to specific subject matter. The 10th Amendment of the Constitution emphasized this point. The OCA lawsuit seeks to re-establish the original meaning of the enumerated powers and of the 10th Amendment by re-establishing that the Commerce Clause was intended to allow Congress only the authority to prevent one state from creating trade barriers to doing business with another state.
Over 30,000 individual Americans and businesses have signed up to join as plaintiffs in the OCA. They include physicians’ groups, tanning businesses, restaurant chains, law firms, and insurance providers. The OCA has provided them a voice and a clear path of action to overturn Obamacare.
If you agree with these goals, join us today! Go to the link below, enter your information and donate a small amount to verify your identity and give your electronic consent to joining the lawsuit.
This video was produced by one of the Obamacare Class Action plaintiffs.