On January 15, HB1406 authored by Rep. Timothy Harman, was introduced. The legislation bans the state from taking actions to give effect to the Affordable Care Act. (learn more here) It was promptly referred to the House Ways and Means committee where it will need to pass by majority vote before the full House can…Details
Georgia HB707 would virtually nullify Obamacare. It needs your help to move out of committee and get a House vote.Details
Ohio HB91 could have significant impact on the ACA in the state – if enough people work to get it out of committee.Details
After reporting news of the Tennessee bill to virtually nullify Obamacare this week, at least nine co-sponsors have removed their names from the legislation, including the Lt. Gov. Inside sources tell us that Gov. Bill Haslam is on a rampage and doesn’t want Obamacare stopped in the state.
In other words, in a game of chess, TAC takes Haslam’s bishop while he grabs a few of our pawns.
Sen. Mae Beavers (R – Mt. Juliet) and Rep.Mark Pody (R-Lebanon) announced Monday that they will sponsor bills to resist implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in Tennessee.Details
When Ohio Representatives Ron Young and Andy Thompson introduced HB91, the Health Care Freedom Act, back in March of 2013, they were confident that their bill would make its way to the house floor for a vote in relative short order. After all Republicans, who are supposedly opposed to Obamacare, have a veto-proof majority in both the Ohio House (60 of 99 seats) and Senate (23 of 33 seats).Details
A large group of South Carolinian activists will be gathering on Jan. 14 at 10 a.m. to proclaim its disdain for ObamaCare and passionately urge for its nullification in their state legislature.Details
It is always excellent news to see the tide turning as our views become legitimized and the press coverage of our activities becomes more favorable. That has what we have seen with the ObamaCare nullification movement blossoming while the law becomes a more obvious disaster.Details