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  • Latest Action: Jun 17, 2010 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Finance.

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    • Hatch Applauds Federal Court Decision that Obamacare Insurance ... - December 12, 2010 by Orrin's Musings - In June 2010, Hatch introduced the American Liberty Restoration Act (S.3502), which would repeal the unconstitutional individual insurance mandate. Fifteen Senators have so far co-sponsored the bill, which is endorsed by groups, ...

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      As noted by Orrin's Musings on December 12, 2010, "In June 2010, Hatch introduced the American Liberty Restoration Act (S.3502), which would repeal the unconstitutional individual insurance mandate. Fifteen Senators have so far co-sponsored the bill, which is endorsed by groups, ..." (http://blogs.standard.net/orrin-hatch/2010/12/13/hatch-applauds-federal-court-decision-that-obamacare-insurance-mandate-is-unconstitutional/)
    • Spanglish Today: Chisle in hand, The First Strike Against ObamaCare - December 12, 2010 by Spanglish Today - In June 2010, Hatch introduced the American Liberty Restoration Act (S.3502), which would repeal the unconstitutional individual insurance mandate. Fifteen Senators have so far co-sponsored the bill, which is endorsed by groups, ...

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      As noted by Spanglish Today on December 12, 2010, "In June 2010, Hatch introduced the American Liberty Restoration Act (S.3502), which would repeal the unconstitutional individual insurance mandate. Fifteen Senators have so far co-sponsored the bill, which is endorsed by groups, ..." (http://spanglishtoday-sonia.blogspot.com/2010/12/chisle-in-hand-first-strike-against.html)
    • Retail's BIG Blog | Pass the scalpel: it's time for a “mandate-ectomy” - August 26, 2010 by Retail's BIG Blog - NRF strongly supports S. 3501, the American Job Protection Act, and S. 3502, the American Liberty Restoration Act, introduced by Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT). Hatch is a longtime leader on health care issues and continues to play a strong ...

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      As noted by Retail's BIG Blog on August 26, 2010, "NRF strongly supports S. 3501, the American Job Protection Act, and S. 3502, the American Liberty Restoration Act, introduced by Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT). Hatch is a longtime leader on health care issues and continues to play a strong ..." (http://blog.nrf.com/2010/08/27/pass-the-scalpel-it%E2%80%99s-time-for-a-%E2%80%9Cmandate-ectomy%E2%80%9D/)

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    • Re: Virginia Judge Rules Individual Mandate Unconstitutional - December 12, 2010 by The Corner - ...that the Constitution imposes on the federal government.” In June 2010, Hatch introduced the American Liberty Restoration Act (S.3502), which would repeal the unconstitutional individual insurance mandate. Fifteen Senators have so far co-sponsored th

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      As noted by The Corner on December 12, 2010, "...that the Constitution imposes on the federal government.” In June 2010, Hatch introduced the American Liberty Restoration Act (S.3502), which would repeal the unconstitutional individual insurance mandate. Fifteen Senators have so far co-sponsored th" (http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/255166/re-virginia-judge-rules-individual-mandate-unconstitutional-robert-costa)
    • Hatch Introduces Legislation Repealing Portions of Health Law - June 16, 2010 by Main Street Business Journal - The first, the American Liberty Restoration Act (S. 3502), would repeal the individual mandate that Hatch has repeatedly called unconstitutional and has ...

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      As noted by Main Street Business Journal on June 16, 2010, " The first, the American Liberty Restoration Act (S. 3502), would repeal the individual mandate that Hatch has repeatedly called unconstitutional and has ... " (http://mainstreetbusinessjournal.com/articleview.php?articlesid=5279&volume=13&issue=20)
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