SCOTUSblog reports that a federal judge has struck down Washington, D.C.’s total ban on carrying a gun in public. The decision, which was five-years in the making, is a huge win for advocates of liberty.
NBC News reports that the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down Virginia’s ban on same-sex marriage. The ruling handed down today, which conjures up a fundamental right of homosexuals to marry, is a stark reminder that the once conservative appeals court is fast becoming the new Ninth Circuit.
Fox News reports that the House Rules Committee has authorized the filing of a lawsuit accusing President Obama of failing to uphold his constitutional duty when he failed to implement parts of ObamaCare.
Politico: “Levey said that, even without a split in the lower circuits, he thinks the Supreme Court could come up with the four votes needed to dive into the [legality of ObamaCare in states with federal exchanges]. ‘I certainly think there’s three,’ he said. ‘It’s an existential threat to Obamacare.’
Writing at Volokh Conspiracy, Jonathan Adler reports that a federal district court in Wisconsin ruled against Senator Ron Johnson in his lawsuit challenging certain Office of Personnel Management regulations having to do with Obamacare.
Writing at Excess of Democracy, Professor Derrick T. Muller explains the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals recent denial of an en banc petition in an important case involving the Constitution’s Guarantee Clause.
Writing at the Volokh Conspiracy, Johnathan Adler explains today’s decision in Halbig v. Burwell, in which the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court ruling that had upheld the Obama Administration’s interpretation of a key part of ObamaCare.
The New American reports that the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals has struck down Oklahoma's ban on same-sex marriage.
NJ.com reports that the New Jersey Supreme Court has turned down a landmark gun rights case that could have increased the constitutional protections of the state’s citizens.
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner has penned an op-ed at Cincinnati.com explaining his reasoning for bringing a lawsuit against President Obama.