Thomas More Files Brief In ObamaCare Case

The Thomas More Law Center was one of the first to file a lawsuit against ObamaCare.  The brief is a simple supporting document that addresses the government’s attempt to force Americans to buy insurance and a list of legal precedence that disallows the government to take such actions.

Thomas More Law Center Files Detailed Reply to Government’s Defense of Obamacare

General - Medical Symbol #1 colorANN ARBOR, MI – The Thomas More Law Center (TMLC), a national, public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, filed a reply brief this past Friday in support of their motion for a preliminary injunction against President Obama’s health care legislation. [Click here to  read Brief]. 

The reply brief was drafted by Robert Muise, TMLC Senior Trial Counsel, and David Yerushalmi, an associated private attorney with law offices in New York, Washington D.C., and Arizona.  The brief was filed in support of TMLC’s previously filed motion for a preliminary injunction, in which TMLC is requesting the court to immediately enjoin the enforcement of the individual mandate provision of the health care law. 

Muise commented: “Our lengthy and detailed reply to the government’s defense of the Health Care Reform Act demonstrates the weakness of the government’s superficial arguments.  As evidenced in our brief, we certainly like our chances that the court will strike down this unconstitutional act of Congress.”

The Thomas More Law Center defends and promotes America’s Christian heritage and moral values, including the religious freedom of Christians, time-honored family values, and the sanctity of human life.  It supports a strong national defense and an independent and sovereign United States of America.  The Law Center accomplishes its mission through litigation, education, and related activities. It does not charge for its services. The Law Center is supported by contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations, and is recognized by the IRS as a section 501(c)(3) organization.  You may reach the Thomas More Law Center at (734) 827-2001 or visit our website at

I like the Thomas More Law Center.  They take on the out of control Socialist ACLU on a regular basis and win.  Often, they are all that stands between us the Christian bashers that seem to dominate the leftist line of thinking.

If I were a betting man, I would bet that TMLC will win this one. They usually will not waste scarce resources on a case, unless they are positive they can win it.


2 Responses to Thomas More Files Brief In ObamaCare Case

  1. Janelle says:

    There seems to be a fair amount of case law behind the suit. I haven’t seen any info on the states lawsuits so far.

    • sirknob says:

      The Virginia lawsuit is on the fast track and will most likely be the first one heard. You can probably estimate 6 months, or so, before the first decision.
      Others may never be heard as the courts will play politics and attempt to delay any activity until people begin to receive benefits. One people are receiving benefits, it then becomes much more difficult to challenge the law, as there will be injured parties involved if the law is overturned.
      One of the amazing things in regards to this law is it has no disclaimers. Basically, the entire law can be thrown out if one part of it is deemed unconstitutional, or based on the court, only that part of the law that is deemed unconstitutional will be thrown out. We could have several different decisions in front of the Supreme Court. Makes one wonder if the idiots who drafted the law did this purposely for stall tactics, or was simply so inept they forgot to ad disclaimers.

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