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NewCCHF responds to HHS Request on COVID MISINFORMATION

CCHF responds to HHS Request on COVID MISINFORMATION

The U.S. Surgeon General issued a Request for Information (RFI) on Covid MISINFORMATION and CCHF responded. We pointed to the government itself being the purveyor of DISINFORMATION. They asked for NAMES and we obliged: Fauci, NIH, Birx, President Biden, Pharm, CDC, etc. Our response is now part of the official public record of the RFI. Click this link to submit your own comments for this request ino later than Monday, MAY 2, 2022.

NewACTION ALERT — Tell Your Senator to Stop National Patient ID!

ACTION ALERT — Tell Your Senator to Stop National Patient ID!

Congress is deciding right now whether to fund a National Patient ID – a single, federally-issued number that links all your medical records together. This “Unique Patient Identifier” has been prohibited for more than 20 years due to concerns about patient privacy, personal autonomy and the national security risks associated with centralized databases of personal information. Click here to send the key decisionmakers and your U.S. Senators a message asking them NOT to fund a National Patient ID.

NewCCHF Letter to US Senate Opposing National Patient ID

CCHF Letter to US Senate Opposing National Patient ID

CCHF, along with 25 other individuals and organizations representing American citizens nationwide, sent a letter to Congressional leadership and Members of the Appropriations Committee February 10, 2022, to express strong opposition to ending the longstanding prohibition on funding and development for the controversial, and very troubling, federal Unique Patient Identifier (UPI). See the letter here.

Right of Hospitalized Patients to Receive Treatment from Their Own Doctors

Right of Hospitalized Patients to Receive Treatment from Their Own Doctors

A bill to protect a patient's right to be treated by their regular physician when admitted to a hospital. Establishing protection for physicians to treat their patients even if a patient has been admitted to a hospital where that physician is not employed.

Right to Prescribe and Dispense Drugs for Off-Label Purposes without Retribution

Right to Prescribe and Dispense Drugs for Off-Label Purposes without Retribution

A bill for an act relating to health; establishing protections for practitioners and pharmacists when prescribing or dispensing a prescription drug for an off-label use; proposing coding for new law in your state.

Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is Power

HEALTH FREEDOM WATCH


Volume 24: Issue 4: 4th Quarter 2021 

ALERT: Stop Unique Patient Identifier

ALERT: Stop Unique Patient Identifier

Call/Write your representatives and ask them to STOP the Unique Patient ID and keep the UPI ban in place in the Appropriations Bill. Find your representative here:

Representatives | House — Representatives | house.gov

U.S. Senate — U.S. Senate: Contacting U.S. Senators

Minnesota State Agency Should Not Demand Daily Reporting of Vaccination Status

ST. PAUL, Minn. — In July, the Minnesota Department of Administration will begin requiring employees to daily report their vaccination status, according to an email distributed to employees by the department on June 10: ...  

The CARES Act Leaves Substance Abuse Patients Vulnerable

The CARES Act Leaves Substance Abuse  Patients Vulnerable

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) expresses its deep concern over Congress’ decision to weaken the privacy rights of Americans with sensitive substance use and abuse issues. Twila Brase, president and co-founder of CCHF provides the following statement: 

The U.S. CENSUS­: From Enumeration to Intrusion

The U.S. CENSUS­: From Enumeration to Intrusion

By April 1, Americans in every household will have received the 2020 U.S. Census form in their mailbox. While enumeration continues to be one portion of the Census, the overall purpose of the Census has shifted as the nation has developed and grown. The U.S. Census and in particular, the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, now collect additional private data on Americans, including information on health status and medical conditions.