First Bar Loses Liquor License Over Smoking Ban Fines

In a continuing effort to get bars, restaurants and private clubs to pay fines they owe from the state smoking ban, the state has started to pull the liquor licenses of bars that owe money.

Ohio Tax Day

This is the Columbus Ohio Tax Day 2010 Tea Party.

Smoking Ban Moves To Court

A smoking ban case involving Zeno’s now goes before the Supreme Court.

The Health Care Mandate: Is it Constitutional?

The Columbus Lawyers Chapter of the Federalist Society presents a discussion on the federal health care mandate at the Columbus Athletic Club on July 10, 2010.

Watchdog Red Light Camera Law ‘Fundamentally Flawed’

Thompson discusses the red light camera law in a story for WBNS and ONN News.

Ohio AG Certifies 1851’s Health Care Amendment Language

Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray certifies constitutional amendment language drafted by the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law on behalf of the Ohio Liberty Council as fair and truthful. The amendment seeks to block implementation of federal health care mandates.

Maurice Thompson on ONN’s Capitol Square

1851 Center for Constitutional Law Executive Director Maurice Thompson discusses the Ohio Liberty Council’s state constitutional amendment aimed at blocking implementation of the national health care reform law in Ohio. This is the first of two videos.

Maurice Thompson on ONN’s Capitol Square

1851 Center for Constitutional Law Executive Director Maurice Thompson discusses the Ohio Liberty Council’s state constitutional amendment aimed at blocking implementation of the national health care reform law in Ohio. This is the second of two videos.

Thompson Discussing Health Care Reform at a Tea Party Event

Chris Littleton, Ohio Liberty Council President, and Maurice Thompson, executive director of the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law, explain tea party groups’ proposed constitutional amendment to stop mandated health care coverage from taking effect in Ohio. This is the first of six videos.

Thompson Discussing Health Care Reform at a Tea Party Event

Chris Littleton, Ohio Liberty Council President, and Maurice Thompson, executive director of the 1851 Center for Constitutional Law, explain tea party groups’ proposed constitutional amendment to stop mandated health care coverage from taking effect in Ohio. This is the second of six videos.