Federal Judge Strikes Down ACA Exchange Subsidies

On Tuesday, Judge Ronald A. White of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma vacated the IRS rule that allows premium subsidies in states that refused to establish an exchange under the Affordable Care Act. The court holds that the IRS Rule is arbitrary, capricious, an abuse … »

Jonathan Williams Presents on Rich States, Poor States Report

Recently, Jonathan Williams, the senior director of the task force on tax and fiscal policy at the American Legislative Exchange Council, gave a presentation to a group of activists hosted by Americans for Prosperity on the recently released complete 7th edition of annual Rich States, Poor States: ALEC-Laffer State Economic … »

Legalized Highway Robbery – How the Government can Seize the Property of Innocent Americans

Last week, The Washington Post published “Stop and Seize,” a three-part series chronicling the government’s seizure of hundreds of millions of dollars in cash from Americans not charged with a crime. Asset forfeiture laws are designed to protect the public and deter crime by taking property gained through criminal activity. … »

EPA Proposed Regulation Would Significantly Hurt Access to Electricity

When talking about energy and environmental policy, it is a bit troublesome to watch just how recklessly big-government environmentalists unfairly and erroneously accuse individuals and organizations of the pro-free market persuasion of being “climate deniers.” Instead of engaging in thoughtful, substantive discussion, many of these environmental activists oftentimes resort to … »