The RNLA is pleased to announce that Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) will be speaking at the 2015 Republican National Lawyers Conference on March 20, 2015. Portman will be addressing the attendees of the Conference to discuss the “View From the Senate.”Read more
The RNLA is pleased to announce that Michael Carvin will be speaking at the 2015 National Policy Conference. Carvin will be speaking on the recent case King v. Burwell, a case in which he recently argued before the Supreme Court on the Affordable Care Act. King v. Burwell addressed whether the IRS may permissibly promulgate regulations to extend tax-credit subsidies to coverage purchased through exchanges established by the federal government under Section 1321 of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.Read more
The Republican National Lawyers Association is pleased to honor Dick Wiley with the 2015 Ed Meese award. Wiley was selected for the Ed Meese Award, named after the 65th United States Attorney General, as he has upheld the rule of law in the face of adverse political challenges. The press release with biographical information may be found here.Read more
The RNLA is pleased to announce that Congresswoman Susan W. Brooks (R-IN) will be one of our featured speakers for the 2015 National Policy Conference. She currently serves on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, the House Ethics Committee and the Select Committee on the Events Surrounding the 2012 Terrorist Attack in Benghazi.Read more
The Republican National Lawyers Association is pleased to honor Heather Heidelbaugh with the Betty Murphy Award. The award will be presented to Ms. Heidelbaugh during the RNLA’s 2015 National Policy Conference on March 21, 2015. The press release with biographical information may be found here.
Exciting times are here for Larry Lessig’s Mayday PAC. The Harvard law professor that doesn’t know the difference between a PAC and a 501(c)(4) is revamping his irony-embracing Super PAC to end all Super PACs. In about a week, Mayday PAC 2.0 will go live and Lessig is no doubt hoping for better results.Read more
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted today to report Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch out of committee and to the floor.Read more