Who Has Your Baby’s DNA?

Who Has Your Baby’s DNA?

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom Says Indiana Should Destroy Newborn DNA Stored Without Parent Consent

ST. PAUL, Minn.Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org) is alerting parents in Indiana to take action to protect the genetic privacy of their newborn babies.

 

Impending Court Decision Could Dismantle Obamacare


Impending Court Decision Could Dismantle Obamacare


ST. PAUL, Minn.—Another landmark court decision in a case that challenges the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is expected anytime, and the outcome could have far-reaching effects for those receiving Obamacare subsidies for their government health care coverage.

New Audit Reveals Nearly 3 Million Inconsistencies in
Obamacare Enrollee Data

New Audit Reveals Nearly 3 Million Inconsistencies in
Obamacare Enrollee Data

 Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom Says Far from Preventing Fraud, Health Care System is Contributing to It


ST. PAUL, Minn.—More problems with Obamacare abound—this time with inconsistent data for those who have enrolled.

 

America’s Health Care System Increasingly Unsafe

America’s Health Care System Increasingly Unsafe

ST. PAUL, Minn.—The blue and white “H” signs signifying a nearby hospital should be symbols of safety and help for those in need of medical care. But increased privacy intrusions, growing threats to parental rights, and encroaching government regulations that diminish quality of care have all contributed to making our nation’s health care system an increasingly unsafe place for Americans. 

Hobby Lobby Victory Impacts Health Care

Hobby Lobby Victory Impacts Health Care

Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom Says Supreme Court Decision Restores Freedoms to Some, but More Work to Do

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Hobby Lobby’s U.S. Supreme Court victory this morning is a win for business owners of closely held corporations and shows the limitations of the controversial Obamacare individual mandate.

House to Vote Tuesday on Newborn Blood Screening without Parental Consent

House to Vote Tuesday on Newborn Blood Screening without Parental Consent

ST. PAUL, Minn.—The U.S. House of Representatives will vote on Tuesday on the Newborn Screening Saves Lives Reauthorization Act of 2014 (H.R.1281), which would extend for five years the funding program that allows states to collect and store newborn DNA without parental consent.

One Million Low-Income Americans Hit with Obamacare Penalty

One Million Low-Income Americans Hit with Obamacare Penalty

Many low-income families are foregoing Obamacare coverage, perhaps because of the cost. Now, one million of them will be hit with a penalty for non-coverage, according to a recent report by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO).

More States Relying on Federal Exchange: Truth is “State” Exchanges Always a Ruse

More States Relying on Federal Exchange: Truth is “State” Exchanges Always a Ruse

Drafters of the Affordable Care Act had lofty goals and big plans for a now-flailing government health care system. Less than a year after the open enrollment date of October 1, those plans are crashing down and the deep cracks in the foundation are starting to show.

No June Obamacare Report – What’s the Administration Hiding?

No June Obamacare Report – What’s the Administration Hiding?

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Since the end of Open Enrollment, the Obama Administration has been boasting 8 million enrollees in the government-run health care plan. Ironically, not long after claiming this feat, the Administration quietly announced it would no longer release monthly enrollment reports and provided no information on when future reports might be available.

Florida Becomes First State to Ban Scanning Kids for Biometric Data

Florida Becomes First State to Ban Scanning Kids for Biometric Data

ST. PAUL, Minn.—As schoolchildren in Florida prepare for the exciting end of the year, their parents can celebrate a victory and breathe a sigh of relief, too.