State attorneys general from across the nation are mulling legal action against the Affordable Care Act, according to Patrick Morrisey, the attorney general of West Virginia.
"I have spoken to a number of other AGs across the country and we're very concerned about the implementation of Obamacare. We all know that there are real design flaws and that even the authors of the law called it a train wreck," Morrisey told "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.
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"The fact is that now people across the political spectrum are starting to argue for a delay . . . We're looking at what we can do . . . about the problems that we're seeing in our states because this is affecting real people's lives and it's not fun."
Morrissey said the Obama administration's just-announced delay of enforcement of the individual mandate for six weeks is a sign it believes it "can just make decisions and ignore guidance, regulations, and law. It's a serious problem."
"Look, that at least [is] a recognition from the administration that there are problems. The reality is though, that's just a baby step. There's so much more that's needed," he said.
"This whole rollout has been so mismanaged by the Obama administration, it's time that people across the political spectrum said, at a minimum . . . there should be a delay of all these components for at least a year because this is not ready for prime time."
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