Federal judge dismisses Miss. challenge to health law

09/18/2012 | Insurance Journal

A lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act's health insurance mandate must wait but can be refiled later, a federal judge ruled. But Mississippi's governor can't be among the plaintiffs because he has insurance, U.S. District Judge Keith Starrett ruled. The lawsuit concerns protection of private information and can't be addressed until rules governing disclosure under the law are worked out, according to the judge's order.

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