[Updated:] Ninth Circuit to hear challenge to Obamacare’s “Platonic Guardians” January 28

Update: On Jan. 22, the Court ordered a postponement of this hearing. I mentioned in a previous post that Progressivism has a curious definition of “democracy” that largely takes the form of unaccountable administrative agencies wielding enormous power to regulate … Continue reading

PLF files final brief in Sissel’s challenge to Obamacare

Today, PLF attorneys filed Matt Sissel’s final brief in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals litigation challenging Obamacare.  Sissel’s reply responds to the Government’s opposition brief, filed on December 9. Now, we await an oral argument date, which we expect to … Continue reading

Dear Santa, All PLF wants for Christmas is…

To help you get in the holiday spirit, check out PLF’s Christmas wish list. And while you’re at it, share it with your friends! Click here for a larger version. To learn more, check out our Bruner, Koontz, and Sissel … Continue reading

PLF’s Obamacare appeal receives support from House members and others

On Friday, Matt Sissel received significant support in his Origination Clause challenge to Obamacare, currently pending in the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. Forty members of the U.S. House of Representatives, led by Congressman Trent Franks, filed an amicus curiae (“friend … Continue reading

U.S. House members to support Sissel appeal against Obamacare

On Friday, November 8, thirty-eight members of the United States House of Representatives will file an amicus brief in support of our appeal in Sissel v. U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, currently pending in the D.C. Circuit Court of … Continue reading

Another broken Obamacare promise

In the latest episode of the Obamacare saga, hundreds of thousands of insured individuals have begun receiving cancellation letters—which inform recipients that they will not be able to keep their health insurance policy.  These letters fly in the face of … Continue reading