Health Care Reform - Obamacare

Twila Brase Live from DC

Twila Brase Live from DC

On the 7th Anniversary of Obamacare, CCHF President is live from the Capitol discussing the upcoming vote on the American Health Care Act -  HR 1628 and what we should be doing instead.

TAKE ACTION - Call Congress to Repeal Obamacare!

TAKE ACTION - Call Congress to Repeal Obamacare!

Put three phone calls on your schedule!
 
To push for repeal of Obamacare, we’re asking everyone to call Congress on Thursday, March 23, 2017

Live from Washington, D.C.

Live from Washington, D.C.

Tomorrow is the seventh anniversary of Obamacare. It’s also the day GOP leadership will hold a vote on the controversial GOP leadership replacement bill –it’s not a repeal -- called the American Health Care Act (AHCA or “ah-ka”). It’s been called “Obamacare 2.0.”

CONGRESS CAN: Restore Healthcare Freedom & Affordability

CONGRESS CAN: Restore Healthcare Freedom & Affordability

Restore Affordability
The high-cost of insurance and medical delivery today are a result of heavy third-party involvement in every medical decision...and burdensome regs, reporting, measurement
-  TRUE INSURANCE - Expand/Restore major-medical indemnity policies.

and more...

 

Twila interviews Dr. Mark Lapotin in DC

Twila interviews Dr. Mark Lapotin in DC

Interview on March 20, 2017 with Dr. Mark Lopatin, MD about third-party payment and why it's better for patients to pay the doctors

Americans Are Counting on Republicans to Keep Their Obamacare Repeal Promise

Americans Are Counting on Republicans to Keep Their Obamacare Repeal Promise

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Sen. Lindsey Graham said last week that if lawmakers can’t come to an agreement on the proposed American Health Care Act, then the Trump administration should drop the effort, let the current health care system collapse and see if Democrats would then agree to help replace it, reported Politico

 

Obamacare - Making Repeal Happen

Obamacare - Making Repeal Happen

HEALTH FREEDOM WATCH

Volume 20: Issue 1: 1st Quarter 2017 

Good, Bad and Ugly of the GOP Replacement Plan

Good, Bad and Ugly of the GOP Replacement Plan

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Those against repealing Obamacare are gleeful this week after the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimated that “24 million fewer people will have health insurance by 2026 under the House GOP plan to replace Obamacare,” reported Forbes.com

 

Trump should kill the Republican proposal for 'ObamaCare 2.0'

Trump should kill the Republican proposal for 'ObamaCare 2.0'

On March 23, we face the seventh anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, the law that made health insurance unaffordable and medical care less accessible. Republicans on the campaign trail promised to repeal the law, and Americans are counting on them to stick to their promise.

What GOP “Repeal” Bill is Missing

What GOP “Repeal” Bill is Missing

Houston, we have a problem. Where is the REPEAL in the GOP ‘repeal and replace’ bill? Republicans have won three elections because they promised to repeal Obamacare. Nothing about the latest “repeal and replace” bill is a repeal of Obamacare. It’s essentially the Republican version of Obamacare.