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. … Continue reading
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 copy of the PPACA. But the figure on the far … Continue reading
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. … Continue reading
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.
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.
I talked today with Cato’s Caleb Brown about today’s fascinating Supreme Court argument about Obamacare and federalism. You can listen here. Update: One small correction. I’m actually coauthor, with John Eastman and Ilya Shapiro, of two joint PLF/Cato/Claremont briefs (1, … Continue reading
Today’s the last day of the historic Obamacare cases before the Supreme Court, and it’ll be the longest. Today the Court will hold two hearings, one on the constitutionality of Medicaid expansion (which I explained in this blog post) and … Continue reading
At which I’ll be speaking today, will be broadcast on C-SPAN3. Update: CSPAN has now uploaded the video to their website, so you can watch it here. You can view all of PLF’s briefs in the Obamacare cases below the … Continue reading
Tomorrow morning, I’ll be joining Randy Barnett, Michael Cannon, Elizabeth Wydra, Jagadeesh Gokhale, and Simon Lazarus, to preview the Obamacare cases in the Supreme Court. You can watch online here. … Continue reading
In addition to the constitutionality of the Individual Mandate, the Supreme Court will also be considering the constitutionality of PPACA’s Medicaid expansion provisions. PLF filed a brief on this issue which you can read about here. The Medicaid issue centers … Continue reading