Bruning Heading To DC For Health Care Arguments
Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning is heading to Washington for oral arguments in the U.S. Supreme Court case that will determine the constitutionality of the federal health care law.
The Republican Attorney General represents Nebraska on a six-state executive committee that has handled day-to-day aspects of the lawsuit.
Bruning says attorneys from his office have helped edit legal briefs and plan a case strategy in advance of the arguments. The high court has scheduled an unprecedented three days of oral arguments, starting March 26.
Nebraska is one of 26 states that have joined the lawsuit. The other attorneys general on the executive panel are from South Carolina, Texas, Florida, Colorado and Washington state.
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