Nationwide Refuse to Enroll Billboard campaign.
As health care costs continue to rise, individuals and families face difficult choices about health care coverage. More than 300,000 Americans have found an alternative in medical sharing groups. They have been available for decades, but they are virtually unknown. If you haven’t heard of them before now, you are not alone.
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.
Starting in 2014, every person needs to have health coverage or make a payment on their federal income tax return called the "shared responsibility payment."
Some people are exempt from making this payment. This application includes one category of exemption. There are other applications for other categories of exemptions. You may apply for certain other categories of exemptions when you file your federal income tax return.
Republican Senators have sent a letter to White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler, asking for information on the myriad agencies being used to implement Obamacare, despite having no authority or funding to do so. Here is their letter.
Defend Your Health Freedom!
Obamacare officially kicked off on October 1, 2013 with open enrollment through the state and federal government health exchanges. Exchanges, which are key to implementing health care reform, threaten individual choices, privacy, freedom and pocketbooks.
Here is what HHS says about signing:
Acknowledgement of Notice Receipt. A covered health care provider with a direct treatment relationship with individuals must make a good faith effort to obtain written acknowledgement from patients of receipt of the privacy practices notice.54 The Privacy Rule does not prescribe any particular content for the acknowledgement....
From the Federal Register/ Vol. 78, No. 25 / Wednesday, February 6, 2013 / Notices:
Department of Health and Human Services:
".. CMS is establishing a new system of records titled, "Health Insurance Exchanges (HIX) Program, " to support the CMS Health Insurance Exchanges Program established under provisions of the Affordable Care Act..."
This is a list of all the data the MN Department of Health collects and how they use it.