Just days after a federal judge in Florida struck down the new health care laws and declared the individual mandate unconstitutional, Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is leading an effort to have this legal fight skip the appellate phase and head straight to the Supreme Court. Why does he believe it should be fast-tracked? Why could an expedited hearing at the Supreme Court save states a lot of money? Will he be able to overcome Obama administration opposition towards this request? And how does he respond to the suggestion that the longer the court fight plays out, the more Americans will warm up to the laws? We ask Attorney General Cuccinelli and ask him what response his office will have to recent videos suggesting Planned Parenthood workers in his state are willing to aid sex traffickers in obtaining secret and illegal abortions for girls as young as 14 years old.