AG van Goodhair spends the morning crowing about some sort of a minor victory in a far-off circuit court stating that governments can't take money from taxpayers and force them to buy insurance with it. Some sort of natter about John Hancock and Liberty; the founders, not the insurance companies.
And then, Governor Pipsqueak announces that he'll try to circumvent contracts bargained in good faith to take 17% out of state worker's pockets to...wait for it...to give to insurance companies.
In summary, it's a violation of original intent to force people to pay for insurance unless the wingnutters want to.
Next time on It's Hard To Be a Wingnut we'll look at privatizing Medicare. You know. Forcing people to buy insurance.