Health Care Reform - Obamacare

Trump’s Superb Choice for HHS Secretary

Trump’s Superb Choice for HHS Secretary

Trump picked a pro-life physician. Orthopedic surgeon Congressman Tom Price, M.D. will be the new Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. He’s been a member of the U.S. House for 12 years, where he chairs the House Budget Committee and a member of the House Ways and Means Committee, including its Subcommittee on Health.

Trump’s HHS Secretary Tom Price Will Restore Health Freedom

Trump’s HHS Secretary Tom Price Will Restore Health Freedom

ST. PAUL, Minn.—President-elect Donald Trump has announced that he has chosen Rep. Tom Price (R-Ga.) as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services. 

 

The Get-Out-of-Obamacare-Free Exemptions

The Get-Out-of-Obamacare-Free Exemptions

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Now through Jan. 31, uninsured Americans will be weighing their not-so-attractive options when it comes to health care coverage. For many, that will be a choice between an unaffordable premium or going without coverage and paying a penalty.

What Will Happen Next in Health Care?

What Will Happen Next in Health Care?

Twila Brase, president and co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org), will be a featured speaker at an event sponsored by the Minnesota Business Alliance this week that focuses on the future of health care. 

 

STOPPING OBAMACARE - Ten Executive Actions President Trump Could Take

STOPPING OBAMACARE - Ten Executive Actions President Trump Could Take

Until a “Repeal Obamacare” bill is signed, Obamacare can be disabled through executive and administrative powers. Here are 10 actions President Trump could take to stop the Affordable Care Act, reduce costs to taxpayers, send health care back to the States and restore health freedom to patients and doctors: 

 

The Only Obamacare ‘Replacement’ Is Repeal

The Only Obamacare ‘Replacement’ Is Repeal

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom: Don’t Waste Time on a Replacement Plan That Could Take Months or Years; Repeal Now

ST. PAUL, Minn.—President-elect Donald Trump has already issued a “Contract with the American Voter” and has vowed to “repeal and replace” Obamacare. 

 

Will a Trump Presidency Fulfill Obamacare ‘Repeal and Replace’ Promises?

Will a Trump Presidency Fulfill Obamacare ‘Repeal and Replace’ Promises?

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Health care was one of the major issues for this historic election, and the matter was undoubtedly considered as voters elected Donald Trump as the nation’s next president. Today, Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org) is releasing the following statement. 

 

The "Radical Seed" of Single-Payer

The 'Radical Seed' of Single-Payer

I want to change people’s minds. Let me start with this: The Affordable Care Act ended health insurance in America. The cost of this decision is now front-page news. The ACA’s ban on affordable catastrophic insurance and its ban on pre-existing condition (“pre-ex”) exclusions means we don’t have health insurance any more. The ACA mandates that health plans enroll people with pre-existing conditions. That’s not insurance against a risk. That’s third-party financing of a known condition.

Millennials Wisely Saying ‘No’ to Obamacare

Millennials Wisely Saying ‘No’ to Obamacare

With open enrollment beginning today, Nov. 1, many Americans are weighing their options, especially as Obamacare premiums—as well as off-exchange insurance premiums, for that matter—are now much higher. If trends continue, younger Americans again won’t be signing up for Obamacare coverage.

Claim an Obamacare Exemption to Avoid Penalty

Claim an Obamacare Exemption to Avoid Penalty

In 2014, 20 million went without insurance, but only 8 million paid the penalty-tax. The remaining 12 million people claimed one of 9 exemptions (which include 14 hardship waivers). Numbers 13 and 14 are fairly broad in scope. More than 600,000 people have avoided the penalty -- and the high-cost, unaffordable premiums -- by joining a health-sharing ministry (Exemption #2). Check them out. Open Enrollment ends on January 31, 2017.