Obamacare's violation of the Origination Clause should not go unredressed

Today, we filed the final paperwork asking the Supreme Court to take our lawsuit on behalf of Matt Sissel, which argues that the Individual Mandate “tax” is unconstitutional because it … ›

PLF to participate with members of Congress at press conference on Sissel v. HHS Obamacare challenge

Todd Gaziano, Executive Director of PLF’s DC Center, will join Rep. Trent Franks, Rep. Louie Gohmert, and Rep. Rob Bishop at a press conference tomorrow at 3:15pm EST in room … ›

Matt Sissel explains "why I'm taking a stand against Obamacare"

PLF client Matt Sissel explains in today’s Washington Times why he’s continuing to challenge the constitutionality of Obamacare. Excerpt: I’m simply an average man taking a stand. I’m a self-employed artist and small-business … ›

Frequently asked questions about our Obamacare challenge

As readers of this blog are aware, PLF is preparing to file a cert. petition on Monday asking the Supreme Court to hear our challenge to Obamacare, Sissel v. U.S. … ›

PLF and client Matt Sissel file appeal of adverse ruling in Obamacare case

Today, we filed an appeal of the D.C. District Court’s decision last Friday to dismiss our challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Readers may recall that our client, Matt Sissel, challenges … ›

PLF files brief challenging Obamacare’s unconstitutional “Platonic Guardians”

Readers of the Liberty Blog will recall when Prof. Timothy Jost—perhaps the most prominent defender of Obamacare in the legal academy—acknowledged that among its other provisions, the Patient Protection and … ›

"So It's A Tax, Now What?"

The latest issue of The Texas Review of Law & Politics has appeared. It includes my article, “So It’s A Tax, Now What? Some of The Problems Remaining After NFIB … ›

The American Spectator: is Matt Sissel Obamacare's Horatius at the bridge?

The American Spectator has an article today about our lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare on behalf of Matt Sissel. As author David Catron notes, Obamacare, “a law filled with … ›

"Sympathetic clients" in the Obamacare cases

Prof. Kevin Walsh thinks opponents of the Individual Mandate should have found a sympathetic client. How about PLF client Matt Sissel? A decorated Iraq War veteran (a Medic, incidentally) as … ›

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Obamacare's violation of the Origination Clause should not go unredressed

Today, we filed the final paperwork asking the Supreme Court to take our lawsuit on behalf of Matt Sissel, which argues that the Individual Mandate “tax” is unconstitutional because it … ›

PLF to participate with members of Congress at press conference on Sissel v. HHS Obamacare challenge

Todd Gaziano, Executive Director of PLF’s DC Center, will join Rep. Trent Franks, Rep. Louie Gohmert, and Rep. Rob Bishop at a press conference tomorrow at 3:15pm EST in room … ›

Matt Sissel explains "why I'm taking a stand against Obamacare"

PLF client Matt Sissel explains in today’s Washington Times why he’s continuing to challenge the constitutionality of Obamacare. Excerpt: I’m simply an average man taking a stand. I’m a self-employed artist and small-business … ›

Frequently asked questions about our Obamacare challenge

As readers of this blog are aware, PLF is preparing to file a cert. petition on Monday asking the Supreme Court to hear our challenge to Obamacare, Sissel v. U.S. … ›

PLF and client Matt Sissel file appeal of adverse ruling in Obamacare case

Today, we filed an appeal of the D.C. District Court’s decision last Friday to dismiss our challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Readers may recall that our client, Matt Sissel, challenges … ›

PLF files brief challenging Obamacare’s unconstitutional “Platonic Guardians”

Readers of the Liberty Blog will recall when Prof. Timothy Jost—perhaps the most prominent defender of Obamacare in the legal academy—acknowledged that among its other provisions, the Patient Protection and … ›

"So It's A Tax, Now What?"

The latest issue of The Texas Review of Law & Politics has appeared. It includes my article, “So It’s A Tax, Now What? Some of The Problems Remaining After NFIB … ›

The American Spectator: is Matt Sissel Obamacare's Horatius at the bridge?

The American Spectator has an article today about our lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare on behalf of Matt Sissel. As author David Catron notes, Obamacare, “a law filled with … ›

"Sympathetic clients" in the Obamacare cases

Prof. Kevin Walsh thinks opponents of the Individual Mandate should have found a sympathetic client. How about PLF client Matt Sissel? A decorated Iraq War veteran (a Medic, incidentally) as … ›

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Obamacare's violation of the Origination Clause should not go unredressed

Today, we filed the final paperwork asking the Supreme Court to take our lawsuit on behalf of Matt Sissel, which argues that the Individual Mandate “tax” is unconstitutional because it … ›

PLF to participate with members of Congress at press conference on Sissel v. HHS Obamacare challenge

Todd Gaziano, Executive Director of PLF’s DC Center, will join Rep. Trent Franks, Rep. Louie Gohmert, and Rep. Rob Bishop at a press conference tomorrow at 3:15pm EST in room … ›

Matt Sissel explains "why I'm taking a stand against Obamacare"

PLF client Matt Sissel explains in today’s Washington Times why he’s continuing to challenge the constitutionality of Obamacare. Excerpt: I’m simply an average man taking a stand. I’m a self-employed artist and small-business … ›

Frequently asked questions about our Obamacare challenge

As readers of this blog are aware, PLF is preparing to file a cert. petition on Monday asking the Supreme Court to hear our challenge to Obamacare, Sissel v. U.S. … ›

PLF and client Matt Sissel file appeal of adverse ruling in Obamacare case

Today, we filed an appeal of the D.C. District Court’s decision last Friday to dismiss our challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Readers may recall that our client, Matt Sissel, challenges … ›

PLF files brief challenging Obamacare’s unconstitutional “Platonic Guardians”

Readers of the Liberty Blog will recall when Prof. Timothy Jost—perhaps the most prominent defender of Obamacare in the legal academy—acknowledged that among its other provisions, the Patient Protection and … ›

"So It's A Tax, Now What?"

The latest issue of The Texas Review of Law & Politics has appeared. It includes my article, “So It’s A Tax, Now What? Some of The Problems Remaining After NFIB … ›

The American Spectator: is Matt Sissel Obamacare's Horatius at the bridge?

The American Spectator has an article today about our lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare on behalf of Matt Sissel. As author David Catron notes, Obamacare, “a law filled with … ›

"Sympathetic clients" in the Obamacare cases

Prof. Kevin Walsh thinks opponents of the Individual Mandate should have found a sympathetic client. How about PLF client Matt Sissel? A decorated Iraq War veteran (a Medic, incidentally) as … ›

Obamacare's violation of the Origination Clause should not go unredressed

Today, we filed the final paperwork asking the Supreme Court to take our lawsuit on behalf of Matt Sissel, which argues that the Individual Mandate “tax” is unconstitutional because it … ›

PLF to participate with members of Congress at press conference on Sissel v. HHS Obamacare challenge

Todd Gaziano, Executive Director of PLF’s DC Center, will join Rep. Trent Franks, Rep. Louie Gohmert, and Rep. Rob Bishop at a press conference tomorrow at 3:15pm EST in room … ›

Matt Sissel explains "why I'm taking a stand against Obamacare"

PLF client Matt Sissel explains in today’s Washington Times why he’s continuing to challenge the constitutionality of Obamacare. Excerpt: I’m simply an average man taking a stand. I’m a self-employed artist and small-business … ›

Frequently asked questions about our Obamacare challenge

As readers of this blog are aware, PLF is preparing to file a cert. petition on Monday asking the Supreme Court to hear our challenge to Obamacare, Sissel v. U.S. … ›

PLF and client Matt Sissel file appeal of adverse ruling in Obamacare case

Today, we filed an appeal of the D.C. District Court’s decision last Friday to dismiss our challenge to the Affordable Care Act. Readers may recall that our client, Matt Sissel, challenges … ›

PLF files brief challenging Obamacare’s unconstitutional “Platonic Guardians”

Readers of the Liberty Blog will recall when Prof. Timothy Jost—perhaps the most prominent defender of Obamacare in the legal academy—acknowledged that among its other provisions, the Patient Protection and … ›

"So It's A Tax, Now What?"

The latest issue of The Texas Review of Law & Politics has appeared. It includes my article, “So It’s A Tax, Now What? Some of The Problems Remaining After NFIB … ›

The American Spectator: is Matt Sissel Obamacare's Horatius at the bridge?

The American Spectator has an article today about our lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Obamacare on behalf of Matt Sissel. As author David Catron notes, Obamacare, “a law filled with … ›

"Sympathetic clients" in the Obamacare cases

Prof. Kevin Walsh thinks opponents of the Individual Mandate should have found a sympathetic client. How about PLF client Matt Sissel? A decorated Iraq War veteran (a Medic, incidentally) as … ›