This article is written in a rough log fashion. It’s pretty much a newest on top format:

The individual mandate and Origination Clause questions are still capable of ending the ‪#‎ACA‬

Oct 9, 2014 pacificlegal.org reports: D.C. Circuit orders Feds to respond to Obamacare rehearing petition I have been watching Sissel v. U.S. Department of Health & Services since filing.

Published on Jun 28, 2012, Ben Swann Reality Check breaks down the Affordable Care Act ruling by the Supreme Court and looks at why the determination that the law is a tax (via the controversial Justice Roberts vote), may make it invalid

I’m going to try to follow this lawsuit Sissel v. United States Department of Health & Human Services, which contends that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional because the bill originated in the Senate, not the House. Under the Origination Clause of the Constitution (Article I, Section 7), all bills raising revenue must begin in the House.

Pacific Legal Foundation: Tax-raising Affordable Care Act started in wrong house of Congress

Washington Times source confirms this: Lawsuit over health care tax could kill ‘Obamacare’

elephants and asses screwing the masses

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A little backstory by The American Spectator

Ben Swann: Indiana Taking OBAMACARE Back To The Supreme Court

Newsweek’s The Case That Could Topple ObamaCare – It all started in 2011, when Jonathan H. Adler, a conservative law professor at Case Western Reserve University in Ohio, shot an email to his friend Michael Cannon, a health policy expert at the libertarian Cato Institute in Washington, D.C. Adler thought he had spotted an error in Obamacare that could unravel a significant portion of the law.

Eight Ways to Opt Out of Obamacare

Terry v Ohio, 392 U.S. 1 (1968)

The “Terry frisk” led to the “Terry stop”.

For their own protection, police may perform a quick surface search of the person’s outer clothing for weapons if they have reasonable suspicion that the person stopped is armed. This reasonable suspicion must be based on “specific and articulable facts” and not merely upon an officer’s hunch.

Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act of 1993

Created a national background check system to prevent firearms sales to prohibited persons. In order to comply with the prohibition on a Federal registry of non-NFA items, background check records are legally required to be destroyed after 24 hours; however, ATF has consistently kept computer records for longer, citing “demographic and census reasons.”