Wisconsin Senate Passes Healthcare Freedom Act

In a straight party line vote Senate Joint Resolution 21 passed 17 to 16 in the Wisconsin Senate on Feb. 22  and was forwarded over to the Assembly where it was sent to the committee on Rules on Feb. 29.

This proposed amendment to the Wisconsin constitution

“… provides that the people have the right to enter into private contracts with health care providers for health care services and to purchase private health care coverage, and prohibits enactment of any law that requires any person to obtain or maintain health insurance coverage or to participate in any health care system or plan.”

The following Senators sponsored this bill: