U.S. District Court Judge Henry Hudson sided with Virginia Attorney General Ken Cucinelli, ruling that the individual mandate in this year’s federal health care law is an unconstitutional expansion of the Constitution’s Commerce Clause.

Cucinelli argued that by forcing individuals to purchase health insurance from a government-approved provider or pay a fine, the mandate regulated inactivity, which ain’t allowed.

Two other federal district judges have rejected constitutional challenges to the health care law, so the Supreme Court eventually will settle this matter.

Unless the law is repealed before then.