Federal Appeals Court Rules Against Regulating Lead Ammunition

Dan Zimmerman The Truth About Guns 12/23/2014

If you’re a member of the civilian disarmament industrial complex, anything that makes owning and operating a firearm more difficult or expensive is a step in the right direction. If you can’t get something like universal background checks federally mandated — and they have no hope of even […]

D.C. Court of Appeals strikes Obamacare federal insurance exchange subsidy regulation; 4th Circuit upholds federal exchange

IRS regulation granting subsidies to those who sign up on federal Obamacare exchange stricken

William A. Jacobson Legal Insurrection 7/22/2014

UPDATE: Whipsaw: 4th Circuit upholds Obamacare federal exchange subsidy after D.C. Circuit rejects

Full opinion and Judgment at bottom of post

Decision just released in Halbig case. Here’s the punchline:

Section 36B of the Internal […]

Judge Strikes Down Costly Provision Of Dodd-Frank

Editorial Investors.com 4/17/2014

Regulation: In a victory for common sense, a federal judge has voided a race-based mandate of the Dodd-Frank Act that would have cost manufacturers and retailers billions in compliance expenses.

Marking the first time a court has ruled that a provision of Dodd-Frank violates the Constitution, the U.S. Court of Appeals for […]

Obama Seizes Control of ‘Second Highest Court’

John Gizzi Newsmax 9 Jan 2014

The Senate is poised to confirm Robert L. Wilkins to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit — the final battle in a bruising war between the White House and Senate Republicans over the “second highest court in the land.”

The D.C. Circuit deals with cases against […]

The Case That Could Topple Obamacare

Pema Levy Newsweek 12/17/2013

Obamacare may have its problems, including more bugs than you can find in the cornfields of Nebraska, but its legal worries were meant to end after the Supreme Court upheld the individual mandate, the heart of the Affordable Care Act.

Now, as the technologists charged with making healthcare.gov work report progress, […]

House Republicans back new constitutional challenge to ObamaCare

Pete Kasperowicz The Hill 11/12/2013

Forty House Republicans filed a brief last week in support of a legal challenge against ObamaCare that argues the law imposes billions of dollars in new taxes but did not originate in the House, as tax bills must under the Constitution.

Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) spearheaded the effort by filing […]