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Obama and Constitution topics at EDH Tea Party meeting

“Obamacare and the Supreme Court, what would the Founders think?”

Attorney Robert Laurie will speak on Tuesday, April 16 at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Express in El Dorado Hills.

The presentation will entail a discussion of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on Obamacare and how the decision relates to our founding philosophy. Obamacare is just one example of how the Obama administration is circumventing the policy of separation of powers as set by the Constitution.

Laurie is a local attorney and law professor at McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento where he teaches Land Finance Law. He served as State Energy Commissioner and chairman of the Contractors State Licensing Board. He has chaired energy and natural resource policy teams for both presidential and statewide candidates. Locally, Laurie has served as president of the El Dorado County Board of Education, president of the El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce and president of the El Dorado County Bar Association. He has taught American Government and Political Theory at William Jessup University and Folsom Lake College.

Laurie is a Vietnam veteran and serves as a JAG officer in the State Military Reserve.

The Tea Party Patriots of El Dorado Hills is a 501C4, non-partisan, educational organization. We believe that constitutionally limited government, fiscal responsibility and free markets are the values that have served our country well. Our mission is to support elected and aspiring political leaders that share these values.

Tea Party Patriots Of El Dorado Hills

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