CCHF’s ‘Refuse to Enroll’ Campaign Expands In Minnesota




For Immediate Release

September 4, 2013



Deborah Hamilton, Hamilton Strategies, 215.815.7716, 610.584.1096,


CCHF’s ‘Refuse to Enroll’ Campaign Expands In Minnesota

Leading Health Freedom Advocacy Group Launches New Campaign to Challenge Americans to Refuse to Enroll in State Exchange


ST. PAUL, Minn.—Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, is urging Minnesotans to reject the government’s push for enrollment into a flawed government health exchange system by expanding their current billboard campaign with bus shelter advertising throughout the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Twila Brase, president and co-founder of CCHF, through the ongoing national “Refuse to Enroll” campaign is encouraging people in Minnesota and across the country to reject enrollment in the MNsure Exchange and all other state Exchanges. Throughout the month of September, the campaign will work to expose the truth about government-run state exchanges and how they intrude on privacy, increase premiums, limit doctor choice, do not provide private insurance and impose national health care. 

“The state exchanges are website portals and all part of a national computerized data system operated under the 2,700 page federal ACA law and more than 20,000 federal rules and created using a standardized playbook for each state, which I call "The Big Blue Book", Brase said. “These websites are not independent. They are not "state exchanges." They are all hooked into the Federal Data Hub. No matter what their name is, no matter who pays for them, they are all part of a federal system intended to impose Obamacare.”

In an expanded effort to help Minnesotans and others throughout the country understand the truth about government exchanges, Citizens' Council for Health Freedom has purchased additional bus shelter posters at key locations around the city with a diversity of faces and messages to counter the exchange deceptive marketing messages.

Brase also states there are misconceptions about state exchanges that must be cleared up for all Americans. “Contrary to popular belief, non-enrollment in the exchanges does not result in penalties,” Brase continued. “Fines will be handed out only for the failure to be covered with private insurance or government coverage. We all have the freedom to choose private insurance outside of the intrusive government exchanges.”



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