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Petition to Oppose Obamacare Health Insurance Exchange in MN

Petition to Oppose Obamacare Health Insurance Exchange in MN

Obamacare requires States to set up federal command and control centers over health insurance and medical care. These centers are called "American Health Benefit Exchanges" or "Health Insurance Exchanges" for short. The data infrastructure will monitor citizen compliance with the unconstitutional mandate to purchase health insurance. The first set of federal exchange regulations include the word "require" 811 times. The Minnesota legislature said "no" to the Exchange, but Governor Dayton is using more than $5 million from the federal government to build it. 

Privacy & Health Care Reform - 10 Things Patients & Doctors Need to Know

Informational brochure on the impact of Obamacare on patient privacy.

Will MN Task Force Support Obamacare or Freedom?

(St. Paul/Minneapolis) - Today, in anticipation of tomorrow's first meeting of the task force, and after researching the members of the newly appointed Minnesota Health Care Reform Task Force, Citizens' Council on Health Care (CCHC) releases a document containing statements and positions of members that may indicate support for ObamaCare or conflict with health freedom.

Obama's Berwick Appointment Shows Lack of Transparency

In response to today's recess appointment of Dr. Donald Berwick as administrator of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Twila Brase, RN, PHN, president of Citizens' Council on Health Care, provides the following statement

CCHC Opposes Obamacare in Budget Bill Passed by MN Legislature

Despite public opposition and constitutional violations, the Minnesota legislature has passed a bill filled with the implementation of ObamaCare.

Governor Pawlenty Should Veto Health & Human Services Bill

We're asking Governor Pawlenty to say NO to higher costs, capitation experiments that risk rationing care to patients, a new government patient surveillance system, and the implementation of ObamaCare in Minnesota," said Twila Brase, president of CCHC

Health Care Vote Will Start a New Revolution for Freedom

Today marks the first day of a new revolution for freedom in America. This is historic day, not because of the bill that the U.S. House passed, but because of what will arise out of the American people as a result of passing this unconstitutional bill.

MEDICAL SHARING: An Inexpensive Alternative to Health Insurance

MEDICAL SHARING: An Inexpensive Alternative to Health Insurance

Health Care Sharing Ministries are exempt from the Obamacare individual insurance mandate. More than 100,000 Americans have found an alternative to health insurance in what used to be called medical sharing groups and is now called health care sharing ministries. They have been available for decades, but they are virtually unknown. If you haven’t heard of them before now, you are not alone.

MEDICAL SHARING: An Inexpensive Alternative to Health Insurance

If the U.S. Senate version of health insurance reform passes and premium costs increase as predicted by the Congressional Budget Office, medical sharing may be one of the only ways for Americans to get affordable coverage," says Twila Brase, president of CCHC

Small Business Endangered by Health Insurance Reform

This policy brief summarizes some of the major requirements that health care reform legislation under consideration at the federal level will impose on smaller businesses, including the expected impact on entrepreneurship and business expansion.