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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - David Warrington
The conservative Media Research Center has filed a lawsuit against the Obama administration seeking an exemption from Obamacare's contraception, sterilization and abortion-pill mandate.
Cheverly officials say their speed-camera program has never issued an erroneous citation after acknowledging a camera provided by their former vendor made inaccurate readings and failed to photograph passing vehicles.
Traditional law-enforcement duties are best performed by men, not machines. This is the case in Maryland, where speed cameras continue to pronounce the innocent guilty, regardless of mounting evidence that the measuring devices are faulty.
Mr. Warrington said the Affordable Care Act has put federal officials in an untenable position by foisting on them the responsibility to determine which organizations are sufficiently religious to warrant an exemption.
"Those are fines that are just crippling to an organization of the Media Research Center's size," said Mr. Warrington. "So absent the government being able to give us some assurance that we've complied with the law and won't be subject to these fines, we had no other choice but to file this lawsuit and seek a court to determine this issue."