From: Pacific Legal Foundation
New challenges are the first wave in PLF’s strategy to
dismantle the unconstitutional regulatory state
Steve filed his challenge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, joined by three other vaping businesses—two from Michigan and one from North Dakota. Additionally, four small vaping businesses in Minnesota, also represented by PLF, filed a federal challenge today in that state. They are joined by the nonprofit Tobacco Harm Reduction 4 Life. Finally, Joosie Vapes, a vape shop in Mesquite, Texas, filed a challenge in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, also represented by PLF.
These three simultaneously filed lawsuits are the opening salvo in a broader PLF strategy to dismantle the modern regulatory state and put government back in its constitutional box, by reinvigorating the separation of powers as the robust safeguard for freedom that the Framers intended.