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 … ›

Senators, Congressmen, States and others urge Supreme Court to take PLF Obamacare lawsuit

During the Thanksgiving holiday, several prominent members of Congress, ten state governments, as well as several national civil rights groups filed amicus curiae briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court urging … ›

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 … ›

Myths about Obamacare litigation: Why the ACA is not "here to stay"

As Timothy Sandefur announced this week on Liberty Blog, PLF has filed a long-anticipated petition for certiorari on behalf of Matt Sissel asking the Supreme Court to decide his Origination … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare

This morning, we filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of PLF client Matt Sissel asking the justices to review our challenge to the constitutionality of Obamacare. … ›

Obamacare: The Origination Clause issue isn’t a conservative-liberal thing

Obamacare remains a partisan issue. Although most Americans have never supported it, and still don’t, supporters and opponents line up along predictable conservative/liberal lines. But the constitutional issues involved in … ›

Obamacare and the Origination Clause: What’s a bill “for”?

Four D.C. Circuit Court Judges, led by Judge Brett Kavanaugh, dissented from their colleagues’ decision not to reconsider their ruling against our Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare. Here’s a quick … ›

Obamacare: PLF’s next stop is the Supreme Court

In a lengthy opinion today, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals denied our request for rehearing of our Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare. On behalf of our client, Matt Sissel, … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur on today's Obamacare ruling: Of course it's not over

I talked this afternoon with Fox’s Tom Sullivan about today’s ruling in the King v. Burwell case, and explained why this is far from the end of Obamacare’s legal troubles. … ›

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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 … ›

Senators, Congressmen, States and others urge Supreme Court to take PLF Obamacare lawsuit

During the Thanksgiving holiday, several prominent members of Congress, ten state governments, as well as several national civil rights groups filed amicus curiae briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court urging … ›

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 … ›

Myths about Obamacare litigation: Why the ACA is not "here to stay"

As Timothy Sandefur announced this week on Liberty Blog, PLF has filed a long-anticipated petition for certiorari on behalf of Matt Sissel asking the Supreme Court to decide his Origination … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare

This morning, we filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of PLF client Matt Sissel asking the justices to review our challenge to the constitutionality of Obamacare. … ›

Obamacare: The Origination Clause issue isn’t a conservative-liberal thing

Obamacare remains a partisan issue. Although most Americans have never supported it, and still don’t, supporters and opponents line up along predictable conservative/liberal lines. But the constitutional issues involved in … ›

Obamacare and the Origination Clause: What’s a bill “for”?

Four D.C. Circuit Court Judges, led by Judge Brett Kavanaugh, dissented from their colleagues’ decision not to reconsider their ruling against our Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare. Here’s a quick … ›

Obamacare: PLF’s next stop is the Supreme Court

In a lengthy opinion today, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals denied our request for rehearing of our Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare. On behalf of our client, Matt Sissel, … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur on today's Obamacare ruling: Of course it's not over

I talked this afternoon with Fox’s Tom Sullivan about today’s ruling in the King v. Burwell case, and explained why this is far from the end of Obamacare’s legal troubles. … ›

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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 … ›

Senators, Congressmen, States and others urge Supreme Court to take PLF Obamacare lawsuit

During the Thanksgiving holiday, several prominent members of Congress, ten state governments, as well as several national civil rights groups filed amicus curiae briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court urging … ›

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 … ›

Myths about Obamacare litigation: Why the ACA is not "here to stay"

As Timothy Sandefur announced this week on Liberty Blog, PLF has filed a long-anticipated petition for certiorari on behalf of Matt Sissel asking the Supreme Court to decide his Origination … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare

This morning, we filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of PLF client Matt Sissel asking the justices to review our challenge to the constitutionality of Obamacare. … ›

Obamacare: The Origination Clause issue isn’t a conservative-liberal thing

Obamacare remains a partisan issue. Although most Americans have never supported it, and still don’t, supporters and opponents line up along predictable conservative/liberal lines. But the constitutional issues involved in … ›

Obamacare and the Origination Clause: What’s a bill “for”?

Four D.C. Circuit Court Judges, led by Judge Brett Kavanaugh, dissented from their colleagues’ decision not to reconsider their ruling against our Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare. Here’s a quick … ›

Obamacare: PLF’s next stop is the Supreme Court

In a lengthy opinion today, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals denied our request for rehearing of our Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare. On behalf of our client, Matt Sissel, … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur on today's Obamacare ruling: Of course it's not over

I talked this afternoon with Fox’s Tom Sullivan about today’s ruling in the King v. Burwell case, and explained why this is far from the end of Obamacare’s legal troubles. … ›

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 … ›

Senators, Congressmen, States and others urge Supreme Court to take PLF Obamacare lawsuit

During the Thanksgiving holiday, several prominent members of Congress, ten state governments, as well as several national civil rights groups filed amicus curiae briefs with the U.S. Supreme Court urging … ›

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 … ›

Myths about Obamacare litigation: Why the ACA is not "here to stay"

As Timothy Sandefur announced this week on Liberty Blog, PLF has filed a long-anticipated petition for certiorari on behalf of Matt Sissel asking the Supreme Court to decide his Origination … ›

PLF asks Supreme Court to review Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare

This morning, we filed a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of PLF client Matt Sissel asking the justices to review our challenge to the constitutionality of Obamacare. … ›

Obamacare: The Origination Clause issue isn’t a conservative-liberal thing

Obamacare remains a partisan issue. Although most Americans have never supported it, and still don’t, supporters and opponents line up along predictable conservative/liberal lines. But the constitutional issues involved in … ›

Obamacare and the Origination Clause: What’s a bill “for”?

Four D.C. Circuit Court Judges, led by Judge Brett Kavanaugh, dissented from their colleagues’ decision not to reconsider their ruling against our Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare. Here’s a quick … ›

Obamacare: PLF’s next stop is the Supreme Court

In a lengthy opinion today, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals denied our request for rehearing of our Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare. On behalf of our client, Matt Sissel, … ›

PLF's Timothy Sandefur on today's Obamacare ruling: Of course it's not over

I talked this afternoon with Fox’s Tom Sullivan about today’s ruling in the King v. Burwell case, and explained why this is far from the end of Obamacare’s legal troubles. … ›