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03/05/21 Find Health Care Alternatives — Break Free PDF
03/04/21 Where to Get Early Treatment Drugs for COVID-19 PDF
03/03/21 Why to Not Choose REAL ID PDF
03/02/21 Lockdowns Have No Clear Benefits PDF
03/01/21 Good News on Community Immunity PDF

 

Introducing the #FaceFreedom Campaign!

 

CCHF Issues Letter Against Becerra Nomination

CCHF Issues Letter Against Becerra Nomination

CCHF recently sent a letter to Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) opposing the nomination of Xavier Becerra for HHS Secretary.

CCHF Testifies Against National Medical Database

CCHF Testifies Against National Medical Database

CCHF Legislative and Policy Manager Ashley Smothers testified on February 18 against a bill before the Minnesota legislature that sought to advance a national database and expand patient data sharing. Her testimony starts around 14:00 into the video.

Mask mandates hearken back to America’s first fight for #FaceFreedom

Mask mandates hearken back to America’s first fight for #FaceFreedom

During the 1918 Spanish influenza, many Americans refused the mask. Even some health care workers refused. A historical account of that era recently printed in the New York Times called them “a symbol of government overreach, inspiring protests, petitions and defiant bare-face gatherings.”

Read the full article from Alpha News HERE.

Contact Tracing

Contact Tracing

A bill for an act relating to public health; creating a COVID-19 testing and contact tracing bill of rights. Establishing grants to small employers to assist in establishing COVID-19 testing for their employees; appropriating money.

Big Tech Muzzles Speech

Big Tech Muzzles Speech

Read Twila Brase's call to fight Big Tech censorship and the fear mongering that has led to lockdowns and mandates (posted in the 1/13/21 eNews).  Click here to subscribe to CCHF's weekly eNews

 

BY DECEMBER 23 - Tell US Senate to Support Early Treatment for Covid-19

DECEMBER 23 DEADLINE: Committee Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), who is sympathetic to early treatment (hydroxychloraquine and ivermection), is allowing testimony from the public to be submitted until Wednesday, December 23. Send a sentence or a paragraph that asks his committee to restore the freedom of patients and doctors to work together for the good of patients by lifting these restrictions on the physician’s use of safe, life-giving, Covid-fighting medication for early treatment.