This week, Ohio and several public entities, including universities, filed a federal lawsuit to undo “a healthcare reform law-authorized program that requires employers to pay billions of dollars to the federal government,” reports. According to the lawsuit, the “legal ‘action simply protects a tradition as old as our republic that governments do not tax each other’.” Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine states that “the $5.3 million Ohio is being assessed is money that could be used for education, public safety and roads and bridges.” For more, click here (subscription required).