The Commonwealth Foundation joined 17 other organizations and 333 state legislators from across the country in an amicus curiae brief challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act passed in 2010. An additional 100 state lawmakers signed a related brief.
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear the case beginning March 27.
Below is a list of Pennsylvania lawmakers signing on to the brief. The commonwealth is one of 26 states party to the original lawsuit (Virginia filed a separate lawsuit), which is being appealed to the Supreme Court, after a federal court ruled the law unconstitutional.
|Sen. Rich Alloway||Sen. Jeff Piccola||Rep. Gordon Denlinger|
|Sen. Dave Argall||Sen. Joe Scarnati||Rep. Mark Gillen|
|Sen. Patrick Browne||Sen. Pat Vance||Rep. Mauree Gingrich|
|Sen. Jane Earll||Sen. Mike Waugh||Rep. Seth Grove|
|Sen. John Eichelberger||Sen. Don White||Rep. Rob Kauffman|
|Sen. Ted Erickson||Rep. Ryan Aument||Rep. Daryl Metcalfe|
|Sen. Mike Folmer||Rep. Matthew Baker||Rep. Jerry Stern|
|Sen. Bob Mensch||Rep. Stephen Bloom||Rep. Rosemarie Swanger|
|Sen. Chuck McIlhinney||Rep. Michele Brooks||Rep. Will Tallman|
|Sen. Jane Orie||Rep. Jim Christiana|