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Today, world affairs are certainly “sucking the oxygen out of the room”. They will likely do so for several more days. While today’s focus is pointed overseas, expect political attention to snap back to domestic politics shortly. When it does, MUCH of the heated rhetoric is will be about
“Where Politics and the Law are colliding”  
HOT topics include… but are no limited to…
the conflicting decisions from the DC Circuit and the 4th District Court of Appeals…  
[see headline from article below ]  
1] House Speaker Boehner suing Obama
2] The Hobby Lobby decision and more Obamacare suits in the queue 
3] Obamacare legal restrictions & limitations affects on TN state government
4] States vs Federal Government actions surrounding the crisis at the US border 
5] Judicial issues on the ballot in August and November in 2014
6] Legal ramifications of scandals at the IRS, VA and more 
Needless to say, Tennesseans are going to be dramatically impacted for decades from the political fallout from these… and other legal mega-topics.
Joining us August 5th at 1ST TUESDAY will be 2 men who are literally from the front lines of
“Where Politics and the Law are colliding” 
Alberto Gonzales – former US Attorney General  and now Dean at Belmont School of Law
Herbert Slatery — Chief Legal Counsel to TN Gov. Bill Haslam  
As usual, 1ST TUESDAY will be WALLER LAW – 511 Union Street – 27th floor. Doors open at 11AM for Coffee and Social time. Lunch at 11:30 is $20 for Members and $25 for Guests. Program will start promptly an NOON.
Given those who are also planning to attend,  the extensive Q&A session will be fascinating !!
Expect this to be powerful and enlightening event.
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See you at 1ST TUESDAY.August 5th !
Tim Skow
Host of 1ST TUESDAY 

Fed appeals court panel says most Obamacare subsidies illegal.

In a potentially crippling blow to Obamacare, a top federal appeals court Tuesday said that billions of dollars worth of government subsidies that helped nearly 5 million people buy insurance on HealthCare.gov are illegal.
A judicial panel in a 2-1 ruling said such subsidies can be granted only to those people who bought insurance in an Obamacare exchange run by an individual state or the District of Columbia — not on the federally run exchange HealthCare.gov.
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