Obamacare requires States to set up federal command and control centers over health insurance and medical care. These centers are called "American Health Benefit Exchanges" or "Health Insurance Exchanges" for short. The data infrastructure will monitor citizen compliance with the unconstitutional mandate to purchase health insurance. The first set of federal exchange regulations include the word "require" 811 times. The Minnesota legislature said "no" to the Exchange, but Governor Dayton is using more than $5 million from the federal government to build it.
Health Care Reform - Obamacare
The White House is celebrating 7.1 million sign-ups to the government health care plan now that the March 31 deadline has come and gone.
But one patient freedom organization says the President shouldn’t celebrate just yet.
Our Denver Billboard
As the end of open enrollment for Obamacare looms, CCHF wants citizens to know Obamacare is a bad deal. Look for billboards in Denver, Houston, Minneapolis, Nashville, and Orlando. Selfies welcome! Click here to read more!
Current events make interesting correlations. Russia’s Hitleresque plan to annex Crimea has similarities with the federal takeover of U.S. medicine.
He who holds the data makes the rules. If you haven’t figured this out, it’s almost too late. Obama knows it. In 2009, his team mandated electronic medical records and $27 billion to make it happen as a “foundation” for health care reform.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Drivers are bombarded with messages every day while behind the wheel, but Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.CCHFreedom.org) is hoping its new message about the pitfalls of government health care will give them something to think about on their daily commute.
Obamacare limits access to doctors. From the Los Angeles Times: “A month into the most sweeping changes to healthcare in half a century, people are having trouble finding doctors at all, getting faulty information on which ones are covered and receiving little help from insurers swamped by new business.”
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Over the past two decades, there has been a tireless force in the crusade to preserve patient-centered health care and protect patients’ rights. The organization is the Minnesota-based Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom, co-founded in 1994 by Twila Brase.