I just found out that Arizona is one of the first states to make a state resolution to nullify the federal Health Care Legislation. Wow! I hadn’t heard of this in the Arizona news. I am so proud of our state legislature for taking this action. The federal government has no constitutional authority to be involved in health care. See the previous post.
Monday, June 22, the Arizona State Senate voted 18-11 to concur with the House and approve the Health Care Freedom Act (HCR2014). This will put a proposal on the 2010 ballot which would constitutionally override any law, rule or regulation that requires individuals or employers to participate in any particular health care system.
HCR2014, if approved by voters next year, also would prohibit any fine or penalty on anyone or any company for deciding to purchase health care directly. Doctors and health care providers would remain free to accept those funds and provide those services.
Finally, it would overrule anything that prohibits the sale of private health insurance in Arizona.
Five other states — Indiana, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota and Wyoming — are considering similar initiatives for their 2010 ballots.
This is great news to see states taking a stand and fighting back. We the People need to come up with our own health care solutions.
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