This is your chance to legally challenge Obamacare at NO cost to you.

The Illinois Policy Institute has teamed up with the Liberty Justice Center to seek plaintiffs for a lawsuit against the PPACA – Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – a.k.a. “Obamacare”. It will take every legal and legislative avenue at their disposal to stop Obamacare. Your information will be totally confidential, and there is no cost involved. They’re looking for people to join a lawsuit that will challenge an IRS rule that extends Obamacare health insurance subsidies and the Obamacare “employer mandate” to states like Illinois where they shouldn’t apply because the state government hasn’t established its own insurance exchange. The original deadline to participate in this suit was January 31, 2014. However, the attorneys at the Liberty Justice Center have now extended the deadline because they are looking for more plaintiffs.

As a result of the aforementioned unlawful IRS rule, many people who would otherwise be exempt from the Obamacare individual mandate will be forced to buy insurance they don’t want.  You may be eligible to participate in their lawsuit if you:

    • Are a resident of Illinois or any of the following states: AL, AK, AZ, AR, DE, FL, GA, ID, IN, IA, KS, LA, ME, MI, MS, MO, MT, NE, NH, NJ, NC, ND, OH, OK, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WV, WI, or WY;
    • Are ineligible for Medicaid;
    • Have not been offered Obamacare-compliant health benefits from an employer;
    • Are a nonsmoker;
    • Have a household income between 100% and 400% of the federal poverty level in 2014 ($11,490 to $45,960 for a single person — see this chart for other household sizes); and
    • Do not want to buy insurance for 2015 or, if you are 30 or over, either do not want to buy insurance or plan to purchase a catastrophic plan for 2015.
If you meet these criteria and are interested in helping us take our case to court — at no cost to you — please call Jacob Huebert at 312.263.7668, extension 219 or email him at

Fill out this short survey to get started. Please respond a.s.a.p.

State-based exchanges and federally facilitated exchanges

Section 1311 of the PPACA describes state-based health insurance exchanges. That section outlines the powers granted to the IRS to provide APTC – “Advance Premium Tax Credits” (a.k.a. ‘subsidies’) that will be used to artificially lower the high cost of health insurance offered in a state-based exchange. Tied to those APTC’s is also the power granted to the IRS to levy a $2,000 or $3,000 excise tax (non-tax deductible) on all employers with 50 or more full-time employees (first 30 employees waived) if they do not provide PPACA approved health insurance. This is a lot of new power granted to the IRS and this is the primary reason the IRS is hiring thousands of new agents.

Section 1321 of the PPACA describes federally-facilitated exchanges and state-federal partnership exchanges – like the exchange the state of Illinois has chosen to establish. In these types of exchanges, the IRS is granted no authority to provide APTC’s or to levy excise taxes on any employer in that state for not providing PPACA approved health insurance. Since the crafters of the PPACA assumed that every state would willingly establish a state-based exchange, there was no money appropriated for federally-facilitated exchanges. Thus far 34 states have chosen not to open a state-based health insurance exchange.

The illegal action taken by the IRS 

Here’s the kicker, in order to ‘fix’ this legal ‘opt out’ that section 1321 provides to states that choose not to open a state-based exchange. The Internal Revenue Service finalized a proposed rule on the 2 year anniversary of the passage of the PPACA that offers APTC’s -Advance Premium Tax Credits – through exchanges “established under section 1311 OR 1321 of the PPACA. Those six characters—”or 1321″—constitute an unconstitutional and as such illegal rewriting of the statute. By issuing tax credits where Congress did not authorize them, this rule also triggers APTC’s “subsidies” and imposes excise taxes on employers with 50 or more full-time employees in all 50 states with either a state-based, state-federal partnership or federally facilitated exchange. Since the IRS is not a Legislative branch, this action was an illegal action not authorized by Congress and it must not stand.

Worse yet President Obama is following that new proposed rule that was written by the IRS as if it was codified law. This illegal action and President Obama’s support of it has prompted Oklahoma Attorney General E. Scott Pruitt to amend his lawsuit to include a section that sues the IRS for illegally writing new law and granting itself power that it was not granted in the PPACA as originally written. Read more about Mr. Pruitt’s lawsuit here. Mr. Pruitt sat down with Fox News’ Sean Hannity to discuss the progress of his pending case against the IRS on December 6, 2013. Watch the interview below:

As of May 28, 2013 here’s where the numbers stand:


  • Committed to a state-based exchange: 17 states and Washington, D.C. (described in section 1311)
  • Planning for a partnership exchange: 7 states (described in section 1321)
  • No to state-based exchange. Defaulting to Federal Exchange: 27 states (described in section 1321)

I recently commented about this illegal action taken by the IRS for Champion News talk radio on Chicago’s AM560TheAnswer radio:



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18 responses to “This is your chance to legally challenge Obamacare at NO cost to you.

  1. Please consider our family interested… what do you need from me?

    Best Regards,

    Cathleen M. Hampton

    Hampton Resources

    Washington, DC Metro Area

    (703) 794-9442


    Twitter: HamptonCM

    Bringing Order Out of Chaos Since 1996

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  3. Ruby

    I am curious – what about residing in a state that has an inoperable “exchange?” Example: Oregon.
    Thank you

  4. What if you live in a state with an exchange? I have employer based coverage, and live in a state with an exchange, but I will do whatever I can to defeat Obamacare however it can be done. Can I apply?

    • Susanne,

      You can only participate in the lawsuit if you live in one of the states that has rejected a state-based exchange. Those state are as follows:
      AL, AK, AZ, AR, DE, FL, GA, ID, IN, IA, KS, LA, ME, MI, MS, MO, MT, NE, NH, NJ, NC, ND, OH, OK, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WV, WI, or WY

  5. mhelm

    FYI – I clicked on… received two phone calls immediately. Both callers knew my name, on my cell phone asking me about what kind of health insurance I needed. I asked how they got my information. Both said from the web-site that I entered it at. I replied, I never entered ANY INFORMATION on ANY WEBSITE… both hung up. Second caller was beyond rude. How very scary is this… BEWARE

  6. Quentin Durrstein

    What if I could show you how to expand the lawsuit to almost half the population and every state? Send me an email and I can show you.

  7. buttercluster

    My husband is a dual citizen, & lives & works in Alberta. Canada. He gets Canadian health care coverage, but I don’t because I don’t live there. I’m paying $399/month for Obamacare. That’s $117 more than I was paying for myself before, even though my husband was only able to send $28500 home last year, just over 1/2 of what he earned. He’s paying for two households-the one I live in with our adult autistic son & the basement room that he pays to live in. The costs of living for him up there is extremely high. Did the Obamacare developers ever consider that there are several people whose spouses live & work in another country & pay twice what the average household pays for the cost of living??? What recourse do I have???

  8. this is not a free country anymore

  9. Thank you for this, I am the one who could never afford insurance before this fiasco, so now I will be punished for not being able to afford it at 3 and 4 times the previous cost! Why is it that because so many of us fall through the cracks we are fined and penalized? Isn’t it enough that we already KNOW getting sick isn’t an option?

    I want all 366 insurance companies to be able to do business in all 50 States. Let’s open up the free market and license these companies to do interstate business. Choice. Freedom. Let’s set some sensible rules so that anyone who wants/needs to be insured can do so without hassle.

    Thank you.
    V. Harkness

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