On April 27th, folk gathered on the MN Capitol Grounds to rally in support of the taxpayer. CCHF President, Twila Brase, was one of those who spoke in addition to Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, Radio Show Host Jason Lewis, and noted fiscal libertarion Grover Norquist among others.
On April 10, 2013, CCHF Presidenta Twila Brase spoke at a press conference hosted by Rep. Peggy Scott opposing the creation of a DNA BioBank by the state of Minnesota. She was joined Dr. Michelle Goodwin, a Bioethics professor from the U of M, and several other members of the MN House and Senate.
"Obamacare will impact your life. Get the facts."
Twila was invited to address the Rochester Area Tea Party gathering on January 31st of 2013. This gave an opportunity for those outside the metropolitan area a chance to ask questions, get the facts and get mobilized.
November 15, 2012 - Citizens' Council for Health Freedom's President, Twila Brase's, speech at the fundraising dinner event "Election 2012: Taking the Pulse of Freedom." This evening was a special event to understand what the 2012 Election means for health freedom. The keynote speaker was Stephen Moore, Senior Economics Writer for The Wall Street Journal.
November 15, 2012 - Citizens' Council for Health Freedom fundraising dinner event "Election 2012: Taking the Pulse of Freedom" was a special evening to understand what the 2012 Election means for health freedom. The keynote speaker was Stephen Moore, Senior Economics Writer for The Wall Street Journal.
"The Power of One" event provided an evening to thank all the donors who help make the fight for health freedom possible. The guest speaker Larry Reed emphasized how important character is and how one person with good character could influence the world. Take a moment to watch this very inspirational speech. He will inspire the hero in you!
May 19, 2012 - Twila Brase on Newstalk with Sue Jeffers. Senator Warren Limmer calls in to express admiration to Brase for coming in with facts and being on the front lines with healthcare issues.
Health Care Law Will Add $340 Billion To The Deficit
MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) - The highest court in the land is hearing one of the most high profile cases it's ever had. Should all Americans be required to have health insurance? It's something the Supreme Court will have to decide. It's something that affects almost every American. Tonight we'll talk about it with Twila Brase, she's the President of the Citizens' Council for Health Freedom and Representative Tina Liebling, she's an attorney, who also has a master’s in public health.