You mean this is bizarre from an adult like you discussing Government which you obviously dont understand and that Liberalism has no use for the US Constitution and its obvious that you have been mislead or cant read and comprehend very well and again here is someone else to explaining exactly the same thing I was stating what the McCarran Ferguson Act did since the Liberals didn't like the SCOTUS ruling on how the Insurance Industry could be regulated under the US Commerce Clause and US Anti-Trust Laws.<quoted text>
This is bizarre from an adult discusing Govt.
Congress majority passed legislation can't override the US Constitution.
Its obvious you've been mislead or cant read very well
States authorized by LAW(McCarran Ferguson Act) to ignore ObamaCare mandates, rate hikes
October 23, 2013
by Doug Book
The problem is that the federal government has no legal authority to regulate health insurance rates. Insurance, including health insurance, is regulated by the states. The McCarran-Ferguson Act, which preserves the principle of state regulation of insurance, was not amended by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the law under which the new rule on health insurance rates was issued. So what is going on here? With no regulatory authority at all, HHS is trying to bully or shame health insurers into reducing their rate increases. The whole effort is an incredible exercise in chutzpah.
The McCarran–Ferguson Act, 15 U.S.C.§§ 1011-1015, also known as Public Law 15, is a United States federal law that exempts the business of insurance from most federal regulation, including federal antitrust laws to a limited extent. The McCarran–Ferguson Act was passed by the 79th Congress in 1945 after the Supreme Court ruled in United States v. South-Eastern Underwriters Association that the federal government could regulate insurance companies under the authority of the Commerce Clause in the U.S. Constitution.