• With: Rep. Rob Andrews

    ANDREWS: I read it.

    VAN SUSTEREN: It's shipped out to HHS, and there is I don't know how many thousands of rules that are being created and implemented that affect all of us that elected officials are not making. That's the nature of the way this is done, but the elected officials are not writing this law that are affecting us.

    ANDREWS: I would disagree with that. The elected people made the decision to have the employer mandate, to have the benefits package, to close the donut hole and eliminate the preexisting condition discrimination. I think the court will and should defer to the elected branches and let this matter be decided by 130 million voters in November and not nine justices in June.

    VAN SUSTEREN: All right, we will see what happens come June. I am sure we will have more time to talk about it t. Congressman, thank you, sir.

    ANDREWS: I look forward to it. Thanks, Greta.