Three top Missouri Republicans took another step to push Missouri's Attorney General to sign onto the lawsuit against Federal Health care.
Wrap: Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder, Senate President Pro Tem Rob Mayer and House Speaker Steven Tilley signed a letter to the Attorney General which urged him to fight a law they say is unconstitutional.
The letter cited a District Judge in Florida who found "every word" of the bill to be in violation.
Twenty-six states have joined in Florida's lawsuit against the Federal Health care bill.
Attorney General Chris Koster has refused to comment to the press or respond to legislators on his stance on the issue, though this is the third week in a row he's been asked.
From Jefferson City, I'm Allison Blood, News Radio 11-20 KMOX
Missouri Republicans upped the ante in urging Missouri's Attorney General to sign onto Florida's lawsuit against the Federal Health Care Bill.
Wrap: Three top Republicans sent a letter to Attorney General Chris Koster asking him again to either support or fight Federal Health Care.
After a Florida District Judge ruled "every word" of the bill to be unconstitutional, 26 other states joined the fight against the Federal Health Care bill.
Koster was asked by the House, the Senate, the Lieutenant Governor and KMOX to take a stance on this issue, but he has declined comment.
The letter cited that 71 percent of Missourians who voted in the primary this August opposed Federal Health care.
From Jefferson City, I'm Allison Blood News Radio 11-20 KMOX.