Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Representative Sam Johnson (R-TX) has introduced legislation to do what the Medicare Lawsuit is working to accomplish. He mentions the lawsuit in his op-ed published in the Washington Times.

Hill Briefing in Washington, DC on October 13, 2009 Lead Attorney Kent Masterson Brown and CATO policy analyst Michael Cannon discuss the Medicare Lawsuit, Hall v. Sebelius.

The Medicare Lawsuit is mentioned in the Christian Science Monitor, October 13, 2009: Senate Finance Committee bill’s soft spot: health care insurance mandate- Americans must be aware of how mandates might impinge on their choices – and how vulnerable Obama’s plan might be to court challenge. One example of government becoming more coercive in health [...]

Federal Case to Continue Challenging Mandatory Medicare Part A Enrollment October 07, 2009 by Astrid Fiano, DOTmed News Writer

EDITORIAL: POMS de terror ‘Forced Medicare’ rules take a well-deserved beating By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Freedom won a big round Sept. 29 when Judge Rosemary M. Collyer slapped down federal commissars who are pushing a senseless and dangerous Medicare requirement.  Judge Collyer, who sits on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, refused [...]

The Medicare Lawsuit is seeing increased interest since receiving our big win last Tuesday. To quote from the Wall Street Journal piece: A centerpiece of the debate over ObamaCare is government coercion and the right to choose a health-care plan. So it’s worth watching a lawsuit now making its way through the federal courts that [...]