CONGRESS CAN: Restore Healthcare Freedom & Affordability

CONGRESS CAN: Restore Healthcare Freedom & Affordability

Restore Affordability
The high-cost of insurance and medical delivery today are a result of heavy third-party involvement in every medical decision...and burdensome regs, reporting, measurement
-  TRUE INSURANCE - Expand/Restore major-medical indemnity policies.

and more...

 

Claim an Obamacare Exemption to Avoid Penalty

Claim an Obamacare Exemption to Avoid Penalty

In 2014, 20 million went without insurance, but only 8 million paid the penalty-tax. The remaining 12 million people claimed one of 9 exemptions (which include 14 hardship waivers). Numbers 13 and 14 are fairly broad in scope. More than 600,000 people have avoided the penalty -- and the high-cost, unaffordable premiums -- by joining a health-sharing ministry (Exemption #2). Check them out. Open Enrollment ends on January 31, 2017.

King v. Burwell Supreme Court Decision - The Text

King v. Burwell Supreme Court Decision - The Text
THE RULING: On June 25, interns of news media ran the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on King v. Burwell (Obamacare premium subsidies issued by federal exchange) to waiting reporters. Even though the plain text of the law clearly states that federal premium subsidies can only be issued by an “Exchange established by the State,” the 6-3 ruling, written by Chief Justice John Roberts ignored the Rule of Law and declared subsidies could also be issued by the federal exchange. Justice Scalia’s dissent, which follows Roberts’ ruling in the document, is priceless. Read it here...

Mehri & Skalet letter on cost of state and federal exchanges May 7, 2014

On May 1, HHS released a report on the number of people enrolling in the Exchanges during the first open enrollment period, which ended March 31, 2014.1 HHS has also published data on the amount that has been spent on establishing Exchanges: both grants HHS has made to states--both to those that have established their own Exchanges and those that have not--and funds HHS has used to establish the federally-run Exchange.

Mehri & Skalet letter on cost of state and federal exchanges May 7, 2014

 

On May 1, HHS released a report on the number of people enrolling in the Exchanges during the first open enrollment period, which ended March 31, 2014.1 HHS has also published data on the amount that has been spent on establishing Exchanges: both grants HHS has made to states--both to those that have established their own Exchanges and those that have not--and funds HHS has used to establish the federally-run Exchange.

CCHF Comments on Biosurveillance

CCHF Comments on Biosurveillance

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom opposes the proposed National Health Security Strategy 2015-2018 (Public Comment Draft, April 10, 2014). We will limit our comments to a few items...

Refuse to Enroll Billboard Campaign

Refuse to Enroll Billboard Campaign

Nationwide Refuse to Enroll Billboard campaign.

Health Sharing - Coverage Without Insurance

Health Sharing - Coverage Without Insurance
As health care costs continue to rise, individuals and families face difficult choices about health care coverage. More than 600,000 Americans have found an alternative in health sharing organizations, formerly called medical sharing. Under the Affordable Care Act, health-sharing is an option.
 

Hidden 14th Hardship Exemption

Hidden 14th Hardship Exemption

Qualifications for Exemption from ACA Mandate

How do I qualify for an exemption from the fee for not having health coverage?
 
Most people must have health coverage or pay a fee (the “individual shared responsibility payment”). You can get an exemption in certain cases.