President’s weekly report — November 13, 2015

Obamacare case dismissed and the administration continues to evade the law A district court dismissed West Virginia v. Department of Health and Human Services, that state’s challenge to the provisions in Obamacare that forced states to choose between enforcing Obamacare’s … Continue reading

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 owner, living in Washington state. I have no political involvement … Continue reading

Defending taxpayers from Obamacare on Courting Liberty

PLF has asked the Supreme Court to hear our constitutional challenge to Obamacare, based on its violation of Article 1, Section 7, the “Origination Clause.” That provision is designed to protect against oppressive taxation by requiring all “revenue-raising bills” to start … Continue reading

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. Dep’t of Health & Human Servs., et al.  Here are … Continue reading

Meet three fine fellows on Courting Liberty

PLF’s College of Public Interest Law (CPIL) welcomes its Class of 2015 — Julio Colomba, Ray Nhan, and Caleb Trotter. In this podcast, hosted by PLF Chief Communications Officer Bob Krauter, these recent law school graduates discuss their background, their … Continue reading

PLF at the Supreme Court, Part II on Courting Liberty

In continuation of last week, this week’s podcast comes from PLF’s DC Center with Todd Gaziano and Shauneen Werlinger adding their insights to more of the cases currently before the U.S. Supreme Court. They tackle Fisher v. University of Texas, … Continue reading

PLF’s Wen Fa discusses litigating for liberty with Elk Grove Tea Party

I’ll be speaking at 7 p.m. tonight to the Elk Grove Tea Party about Pacific Legal Foundation’s efforts litigating for liberty from coast to coast. If you are in the area, please join us at the Holiday Inn at 9175 W. … Continue reading