Kentucky Action Alert: Help Stop Obamacare!

Kentucky State Representatives Tim Moore and Kim King recently introduced HB302 in an effort to stop the unconstitutional federal montrosity known as “Obamacare”.

Among other things, this bill would “prohibit the Governor, the Personnel Cabinet, and state agencies from participating in or complying with any federal law, regulation, or policy that would compromise the freedom of choice in the health care decisions of any resident of Kentucky.”

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Obamacare Nullification back on the move in South Carolina

Last year, the South Carolina Freedom of Health Care Protection Act was introduced, H.3101. It was known as the “Obamacare Nullification” bill because it initially declared the Affordable Care Act (ACA) to be illegal within the state. Through the house process, the bill was significantly narrowed and eventually passed by a large margin. The vote was 65-34.…

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Kansas Action Alert: Support SB361 to Nullify Obamacare

On Feb. 10, SB361 was introduced as the 2nd Health Care Freedom Act for Kansas. It would suspend the licenses of insurance carriers who accept federal subsidies through one of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s (PPACA) health insurance Exchanges. STATUS – referred to the Public Health and Welfare Committee where it will need…

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Georgia legislation would create serious problems for Obamacare

After the initial House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on HB707, sponsor Rep. Jason Spencer and other supporters began looking at ways to address concerns brought up about the language in the bill. Prior to a second hearing last week, Spencer and House leadership met behind closed doors and hammered out a new approach that will likely garner the support necessary to move the bill forward.

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Video: Georgia hearing on HB707 to block Obamacare enforcement

On February 3rd, the Georgia House Judiciary held a subcommittee hearing on HB707, the Georgia Health Freedom and ACA Noncompliance Act. Representative Jason Spencer, constitutional lawyer Bruce Fein, and another state attorney provided testimony to HB707 to limit the Affordable Care Act.

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