Health Exchanges - Imposing Obamacare
"The ACA cannot be implemented without an insurance exchange in each state. It's a go or it's a no-go. It's that simple." - As Robert Laszewski, president of Health Policy and Strategy Associates, Sept 2012, HealthDay.
"The exchange is the foundation of health care...Without these exchanges we're really not going to reform anything." - Terry Gardiner, national policy director for the Small Business Majority in 2010.
"Refuse to Enroll" plus Billboard and Bus Shelter Posters
Three Legal Alternatives
9 Exemptions and 14 Hardship Waivers - Obamacare Mandate
Hardship Exemption Information:
Qualifications for Exemption from ACA Mandate
Application for Hardship Exemption to ACA Mandate
Health Insurance Exchanges - Top Ten Terribles
15 REASONS: Oppose Obamaʼs Health Insurance Exchanges
CCHF mailed letters to all 50 Governors asking them to refuse to set up a state-based federal exchange (Florida letter as example)
Private Health Insurance Exchanges
MN EXCHANGE DOCUMENTS - contracts, letters, rejection letter
FEDERAL EXCHANGE DOCUMENTS (limited list) - letters from Congress and Federal Departments
Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom: Insurers Realizing That ‘Business Model’ of Government Health Care Doesn’t Work
ST. PAUL, Minn.—The insurance company with the most customers signed up through the state Obamacare health exchange in Minnesota, MNsure, has pulled out of the government health care plan, saying continuing into 2015 is “not sustainable.”
ST. PAUL, Minn.—On Thursday, September 11, Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF,www.cchfreedom.org) marked its 20th anniversary of preserving patient-centered health care and protecting patient and privacy rights while also looking to the future of the country’s health care system.
At the Minnesota State Fair almost everything is served “on a stick.” Walking around last week, I found deep fried Snickers on a stick, walleye on a stick, alligator on a stick, meatballs on a stick, hot dish on a stick, frozen chocolate-covered cheesecake on a stick, meatloaf on a stick, spaghetti on a stick, pork chop on a stick, breakfast on a stick, shrimp dogs on a stick, lobster on a stick, and key lime pie on a stick.
Coverage is a bad measure of American health care. The Left wins every time the Right discusses how many Americans are “covered.” Let’s talk about care. The Left wants universal coverage. But we want care for those in need. Coverage doesn’t guarantee care. In fact, the high-prices, regulations, and corporate controls of today’s “coverage” limit access to care.
A new federal document tells the sorry truth: if you drop Medicare Part A (to protect yourself from rationing, for instance), you’ll be stripped of your social security benefits and forced to reimburse the government.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—For the third consecutive month, the Department of Health and Human Services has neglected to release a report about current Obamacare enrollment numbers. The lack of information begs the question, “What is there to hide?”
Will the Rule of Law stand? Yesterday’s split court rulings on the legality of IRS-issued Obamacare subsidies through the federal exchange shows the battle at hand.
What if Obamacare subsidies disappear? This week a critical decision is expected on Halbig vs. Burwell, formerly titled Halbig vs. Sebelius. The case challenges the IRS for providing millions of dollars in Obamacare subsidies to people in 36 states through the federal exchange, Healthcare.gov.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Another landmark court decision in a case that challenges the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is expected anytime, and the outcome could have far-reaching effects for those receiving Obamacare subsidies for their government health care coverage.
ST. PAUL, Minn.—The blue and white “H” signs signifying a nearby hospital should be symbols of safety and help for those in need of medical care. But increased privacy intrusions, growing threats to parental rights, and encroaching government regulations that diminish quality of care have all contributed to making our nation’s health care system an increasingly unsafe place for Americans.