President's weekly report — December 31, 2014

This update is a bit early this week, in anticipation of a long holiday weekend.  But there’s lots of cool stuff to report: Government accountability — victory in Arizona We … ›

Arizona Supreme Court rules that legislators can challenge Gov. Brewer’s illegal Medicaid tax

The Arizona Supreme Court said goodbye to outgoing governor Jan Brewer by upholding the right of legislators to challenge her illegal Medicaid expansion efforts. Last year, Brewer and her supporters engineered … ›

Arizona can't avoid a supermajority voting requirement just because it wants to

Today we filed an amicus brief in a case challenging Arizona’s Medicaid expansion.  Like California (and many other states), Arizona’s constitution requires that all taxes be passed by a supermajority vote—in … ›

Standing up for constitutional limits on taxation

Several states have constitutional limits on tax-increases, and particularly super-majority requirements that force legislatures to get a 2/3 vote to raise taxes. California’s Proposition 13 is the most famous, but … ›

A brief recap of the Obamacare arguments

This morning I spoke with Garret Lewis of KNST Tucson about this week’s oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here. My interview begins about 35:00.

Obamacare sketches

On a lighter note, here’s the blog of the courtroom sketch artist who drew the last three days’ hearings. I particularly enjoyed his sketch of Justice Breyer holding up a … ›

Recordings of yesterday's Severability and Medicaid arguments

If you haven’t already found them, the audio of yesterday’s oral arguments are available online. Here’s the Severability argument, and here’s the Medicaid argument.

Obamacare recap with Chris Daniel

I spoke with Chris Daniel of KMJ-FM about all three days of the Obamacare cases. You can listen to them online here: Day One, Day Two, Day Three.

KFI's John & Ken talk with Timothy Sandefur about today's Obamacare hearing

I’ll be talking with John and Ken again at 4 pm today about today’s Obamacare arguments. You can listen here. Update: Click here to listen to the podcast.

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President's weekly report — December 31, 2014

This update is a bit early this week, in anticipation of a long holiday weekend.  But there’s lots of cool stuff to report: Government accountability — victory in Arizona We … ›

Arizona Supreme Court rules that legislators can challenge Gov. Brewer’s illegal Medicaid tax

The Arizona Supreme Court said goodbye to outgoing governor Jan Brewer by upholding the right of legislators to challenge her illegal Medicaid expansion efforts. Last year, Brewer and her supporters engineered … ›

Arizona can't avoid a supermajority voting requirement just because it wants to

Today we filed an amicus brief in a case challenging Arizona’s Medicaid expansion.  Like California (and many other states), Arizona’s constitution requires that all taxes be passed by a supermajority vote—in … ›

Standing up for constitutional limits on taxation

Several states have constitutional limits on tax-increases, and particularly super-majority requirements that force legislatures to get a 2/3 vote to raise taxes. California’s Proposition 13 is the most famous, but … ›

A brief recap of the Obamacare arguments

This morning I spoke with Garret Lewis of KNST Tucson about this week’s oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here. My interview begins about 35:00.

Obamacare sketches

On a lighter note, here’s the blog of the courtroom sketch artist who drew the last three days’ hearings. I particularly enjoyed his sketch of Justice Breyer holding up a … ›

Recordings of yesterday's Severability and Medicaid arguments

If you haven’t already found them, the audio of yesterday’s oral arguments are available online. Here’s the Severability argument, and here’s the Medicaid argument.

Obamacare recap with Chris Daniel

I spoke with Chris Daniel of KMJ-FM about all three days of the Obamacare cases. You can listen to them online here: Day One, Day Two, Day Three.

KFI's John & Ken talk with Timothy Sandefur about today's Obamacare hearing

I’ll be talking with John and Ken again at 4 pm today about today’s Obamacare arguments. You can listen here. Update: Click here to listen to the podcast.

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President's weekly report — December 31, 2014

This update is a bit early this week, in anticipation of a long holiday weekend.  But there’s lots of cool stuff to report: Government accountability — victory in Arizona We … ›

Arizona Supreme Court rules that legislators can challenge Gov. Brewer’s illegal Medicaid tax

The Arizona Supreme Court said goodbye to outgoing governor Jan Brewer by upholding the right of legislators to challenge her illegal Medicaid expansion efforts. Last year, Brewer and her supporters engineered … ›

Arizona can't avoid a supermajority voting requirement just because it wants to

Today we filed an amicus brief in a case challenging Arizona’s Medicaid expansion.  Like California (and many other states), Arizona’s constitution requires that all taxes be passed by a supermajority vote—in … ›

Standing up for constitutional limits on taxation

Several states have constitutional limits on tax-increases, and particularly super-majority requirements that force legislatures to get a 2/3 vote to raise taxes. California’s Proposition 13 is the most famous, but … ›

A brief recap of the Obamacare arguments

This morning I spoke with Garret Lewis of KNST Tucson about this week’s oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here. My interview begins about 35:00.

Obamacare sketches

On a lighter note, here’s the blog of the courtroom sketch artist who drew the last three days’ hearings. I particularly enjoyed his sketch of Justice Breyer holding up a … ›

Recordings of yesterday's Severability and Medicaid arguments

If you haven’t already found them, the audio of yesterday’s oral arguments are available online. Here’s the Severability argument, and here’s the Medicaid argument.

Obamacare recap with Chris Daniel

I spoke with Chris Daniel of KMJ-FM about all three days of the Obamacare cases. You can listen to them online here: Day One, Day Two, Day Three.

KFI's John & Ken talk with Timothy Sandefur about today's Obamacare hearing

I’ll be talking with John and Ken again at 4 pm today about today’s Obamacare arguments. You can listen here. Update: Click here to listen to the podcast.

President's weekly report — December 31, 2014

This update is a bit early this week, in anticipation of a long holiday weekend.  But there’s lots of cool stuff to report: Government accountability — victory in Arizona We … ›

Arizona Supreme Court rules that legislators can challenge Gov. Brewer’s illegal Medicaid tax

The Arizona Supreme Court said goodbye to outgoing governor Jan Brewer by upholding the right of legislators to challenge her illegal Medicaid expansion efforts. Last year, Brewer and her supporters engineered … ›

Arizona can't avoid a supermajority voting requirement just because it wants to

Today we filed an amicus brief in a case challenging Arizona’s Medicaid expansion.  Like California (and many other states), Arizona’s constitution requires that all taxes be passed by a supermajority vote—in … ›

Standing up for constitutional limits on taxation

Several states have constitutional limits on tax-increases, and particularly super-majority requirements that force legislatures to get a 2/3 vote to raise taxes. California’s Proposition 13 is the most famous, but … ›

A brief recap of the Obamacare arguments

This morning I spoke with Garret Lewis of KNST Tucson about this week’s oral arguments in the Obamacare cases. You can listen online here. My interview begins about 35:00.

Obamacare sketches

On a lighter note, here’s the blog of the courtroom sketch artist who drew the last three days’ hearings. I particularly enjoyed his sketch of Justice Breyer holding up a … ›

Recordings of yesterday's Severability and Medicaid arguments

If you haven’t already found them, the audio of yesterday’s oral arguments are available online. Here’s the Severability argument, and here’s the Medicaid argument.

Obamacare recap with Chris Daniel

I spoke with Chris Daniel of KMJ-FM about all three days of the Obamacare cases. You can listen to them online here: Day One, Day Two, Day Three.

KFI's John & Ken talk with Timothy Sandefur about today's Obamacare hearing

I’ll be talking with John and Ken again at 4 pm today about today’s Obamacare arguments. You can listen here. Update: Click here to listen to the podcast.