Health Care Reform - Obamacare

NewCCHF Urges President Trump to End Cost-Sharing Reduction Subsidies

CCHF Urges President Trump to End Cost-Sharing Reduction Subsidies

ST. PAUL, Minn.Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org) has sent a letter to President Donald Trump about how a swift decision will determine the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its continuing encroachment on American patients and doctors.

Letter to Pres. Trump Regarding CSR Subsidy Payments

Letter to Pres. Trump Regarding CSR Subsidy Payments
On July 29th, you said: “If a new Health Care Bill is not approved quickly, BAILOUTS for Insurance Companies and BAILOUTS for Members of Congress will end very soon!”
 
We encourage you to make it so. You have the power to begin the restoration of health freedom in America by shutting down the $7-$10 billion ACA bailouts the insurers want to wrest from taxpayers.

Latest Round of 30% Premium Increases Points to One Solution—Repeal

Latest Round of 30% Premium Increases Points to One Solution—Repeal

The Wall Street Journal recently reported that major health insurers in five states—Idaho, West Virginia, South Carolina, Iowa and Wyoming—will seek increases of 30 percent or more for premiums on 2018 Obamacare plans, according to preliminary rate requests published last week by the Department of Health and Human Services. 

 

The “Skinny Appeasement” Bill

The “Skinny Appeasement” Bill

Last week, the Republicans failed to pass the “skinny repeal” bill. Was that bad or was that good? And what now? See the end of this message for a time-sensitive ACTION ITEM

DOUBLE your DOLLARS to Stop Obamacare!

DOUBLE your DOLLARS to Stop Obamacare!

Dear Friend,

 

Republicans promised to repeal the Affordable Care Act. 

 

But it's not happening - yet.

If Full Repeal Is the Answer, Then What?

If Full Repeal Is the Answer, Then What?

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom: Americans Voted for Full Repeal of the ACA But Many in Congress Are Waffling With the ‘What Ifs’

ST. PAUL, Minn.—The U.S. Senate last week voted down a partial repeal of Obamacare, then an attempt at a “skinny repeal” failed early Friday morning. 

 

Still Not Repeal

Still Not Repeal

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Washington, D.C., was a flurry of fast-moving activity yesterday, as U.S. senators decided to proceed to a debate of the most current health care bill, likely to be changed even further because of permitted amendments. 

 

ACA I-II-III

ACA I-II-III

The following CCHF chart lays out the three parts of the Affordable Care Act that Americans may or may not realize became law in 2010, including the intrusions that get between patients and doctors through federal control of the entire health care system. The law is 2,700 pages long with an additional 20,000+ pages of prescriptive federal regulations. Thus, CCHF is calling for a full repeal. 

The Many Faces of Obamacare

The Many Faces of Obamacare

If lawmakers truly knew how detrimental the Affordable Care Act is for the American people, a repeal vote would be easy, says Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org), which all along has called for the full repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and the costly taxes, penalties and regulations that come with it. ONE-PAGER: ACA I, II, III

What Now?

What Now?

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Sen. Mike Lee (R.-Utah) and Sen. Jerry Moran (R.-Kan.) dealt a blow to Obamacare “repeal and replace” efforts last night when they announced they would not vote for the latest version of the Better Care Reconciliation Act.