Fox 9 News - Debate: Health Care Hearing Home Stretch

Fox 9 News - Debate: Health Care Hearing Home Stretch

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.

Twila Brase R.N. Update On Government Healthcare Reform

Twila Brase R.N. Update On Government Healthcare Reform
Sue Jeffers, radio talk show host from KTCN 1130 AM, discusses government healthcare reform and Obama Care with Twila Brase, R.N., President of Citizens' Council For Health Freedom. Twila Brase also discusses the benefits of non-government health care.

Capitol Hill Briefing

Capitol Hill Briefing
Capitol Hill staffers representing members of Congress from 17 different States came to CCHF presentation on "Prevention and Wellness: Who is Responsible?" Speakers were Twila Brase, CCHF President, and Alieta Eck, M.D., President-elect of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons. 

Perspectives on Health Insurance Exchanges

Perspectives on Health Insurance Exchanges
CCHF President, Twila Brase, joins Michael Cannon from the Cato Institute to speak out in opposition to establishing an Obamacare Health Insurance Exchange in Minnesota. The forum, titled, "Perspectives on Health Insurance Exchanges," was an 'invitation-only" event hosted by the Republican Health Care Task Force (RHCTF) of the MN GOP at the State Capitol on November 3, 2011.

The Way Back to Liberty - Event Video

The Way Back to Liberty - Event Video

Jonathan Emord joins CCHF President, Twila Brase, and Minnesota Representative Doug Wardlow at CCHF's The Way Back to Liberty event.  The three discuss Obamacare, why a health insurance exchange should be opposed, and how Constitutional governance can be restored to America.

Baby DNA Lawsuits

Baby DNA Lawsuits

On March 1, 2011, the Minnesota Supreme Court heard arguments on the nine-family lawsuit against the MN Dept of Health for the collection, storage, use, and dissemination of newborn DNA without the consent or knowledge of parents.

2008-09 News Media Gallery

2008-09 News Media Gallery
Minnesota Department of Health - Violating State Genetic Privacy Law

CCHF Reports on Newborn Screening Nationwide

CCHF Reports on Newborn Screening Nationwide
Thus far, the state of Minnesota has illegally collected and claims ownership to the DNA of 780,000 children (soon to be voting adults) and has provided the DNA of 42,210 children to genetic researchers without parent consent. Approximately, 73,000 children are born in Minnesota every year. About 4.2 million children are born across the nation. All of them are losing their genetic privacy and DNA ownership rights. Listen in to an interview of Twila Brase, president of CCHC, as she discusses what's at stake for all citizens in the pending legislation.