A federal judge in Virginia ruled President Obama's healthcare law unconstitutional, the first kind of ruling on Obama's landmark (and much needed?) reform. "Judge Henry E. Hudson of the Eastern District Court in Richmond, appointed by George W. Bush, ruled that the law's mandate that all Americans have a minimum level of coverage, or pay a fine if they do not, exceeds federal authority, " reports WBDJ.com. Virginia recently "passed a law stating that residents cannot be ordered to buy insurance."