CCHF’s ‘Refuse MNsure’ Billboard Campaign Launches at Minnesota State Fair

CCHF’s ‘Refuse MNsure’ Billboard Campaign Launches at Minnesota State Fair

ST. PAUL, Minn.Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org) is urging Minnesotans to reject the government’s push for enrollment into a flawed state health insurance exchange system through a billboard campaign that launched last week just outside the main entrance to the Minnesota State Fair.

CVS Pushes Obamacare With Federal “Navigators” in Stores

CVS Pushes Obamacare With Federal “Navigators” in Stores

ST. PAUL, Minn.—Twila Brase, president and co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom, is calling on the American public to stand up against CVS Caremark for pushing an unpopular and destructive health care plan that is bad for the country.

CCHF Calls on Congress to Oppose Repeal Bill 

CCHF Calls on Congress to Oppose Repeal Bill 
ST. PAUL, Minn.—Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom, is urging Americans to call on Congress to oppose the dangerous “SGR Repeal” bill, which was recently passed by a House of Representatives sub-committee.
 
The bill is bad for health care, Brase says, giving physicians incentives for following the rules set forth by the government.

CCHF Launches National “Refuse to Enroll” Campaign

CCHF Launches National “Refuse to Enroll” Campaign

ST. PAUL, Minn.— As Obamacare prepares to officially kick off on October 1, 2013, Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, www.cchfreedom.orglaunches the national  “Refuse to Enroll” campaign with a flier detailing steps Americans can take to stop its implementation.

Employer Mandate Delay Forces Public into Government Health Exchanges

Employer Mandate Delay Forces Public into Government Health Exchanges

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. - As the Obama administration struggles to find the resources to build a system of government-run health Exchanges, America surmises about why the administration would delay the employer mandate portion of the Affordable Care Act for a full year, while keeping the mandate that, individuals must have insurance. Twila Brase suspects that the truth goes to the very survival of Obamacare.

Health Care Surveillance: CCHF States That HIPAA is a Grand Deception

Health Care Surveillance: CCHF States That HIPAA is a Grand Deception

Twila Brase, president and co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom, wants Americans to know what she believes is another government intrusion into their private health data. And she will share this information through a week-long series of radio programs that will air on more than 300 radio stations across the country from July 1-5.

Health Care Surveillance:  HIPAA—The Grand Deception

Health Care Surveillance:  HIPAA—The Grand Deception

Part 1 in a Series on How Private Health Information is No Longer Private

ST. PAUL, Minn.— Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom(CCHF, www.cchfreedom.org) wants Americans to know of yet another government intrusion into their private health information.

It’s the HIPAA privacy rule—and there’s a grand deception behind it.

Americans Face Fiscal Cliffs in Health Insurance Exchanges

Americans Face Fiscal Cliffs in Health Insurance Exchanges

Patient advocate Twila Brase, co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom, has found unsettling and confusing problems in the health insurance exchange programs. The problems are quickly exposed by using the Minnesota state exchange premium calculator as an example.

ACA Allows Private Info to Be Stored and Accessed In Massive Federal Database

ACA Allows Private Info to Be Stored and Accessed In Massive Federal Database

St. Paul, Minn.—One patient advocate has many concerns about Obamacare and the new state exchanges being created to implement the Affordable Care Act. But perhaps the most pressing concern for Twila Brase, co-founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom, is the federal “System of Records (SRO),” an expansive, government-run database that will store Americans’ private information through the state exchanges.

80% of Americans Will Need Help With ‘Easy’ HIX Registration

80% of Americans Will Need Help With ‘Easy’ HIX Registration

St. Paul, Minn.—One of the benefits of shopping online in the Obamacare health exchanges was supposed to be the easy, simple method of obtaining insurance. But new information from an industry insider reveals that 80 percent of Americans will need personal assistance in the process—and the Obama Administration is spending hundreds of millions of dollars, scrambling to convince Americans to sign up for higher premiums and privacy intrusions inherent in the exchanges.