Delivering the Republican weekly address, the GOP gubernatorial candidate called the law "the hallmark of a reckless government that has lost its way."
"President Obama's ideas are deeply flawed and the implementation of this law has been a national embarrassment," he said
Cuccinelli cited alleged instances of employers using the healthcare law to drop coverage for their employees.
"They were told their premiums wouldn't increase, that proved to be false," he said. "And they were told they could keep access to their insurance and their doctors, and that proved to be downright dishonest."
He added that, "Everywhere you look, there's more evidence that Obamacare was fundamentally broken even before it started."
With two weeks to go before the election Cuccinelli trails Democratic nominee Terry McAuliffe for governor, The Washington Post reported. McAuliffe supports the Affordable Care Act and the expansion of Medicaid made possible under the law. Cuccinelli says he was the first of 27 state attorneys general to challenge the law.
In the address, Cuccinelli called for market-based approaches to healthcare, such as allowing insurance companies to sell policies across state lines.
He says the healthcare law is unconstitutional and "an affront to the freedoms and liberties our founding fathers fought to establish on our behalf."
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