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How to Stop ObamaCare at the State Level - Live Blog Event

With the Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare looming and the continued unpopularity of the bill, our activists want to know what can be done at a state level to stop the implementation of this overreaching legislation.  We've put together a fantastic panel of health care policy experts and we'll be offering you the opportunity to ask them specific questions as to how we can stop Obamacare.  This live blogging event is free and open to anyone who is interested in taking direct action to stop ObamaCare.   Our panel of experts include:

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How to Stop ObamaCare at the State Level - Live Blog Event

With the Supreme Court decision on ObamaCare looming and the continued unpopularity of the bill, our activists want to know what can be done at a state level to stop the implementation of this overreaching legislation.  We've put together a fantastic panel of health care policy experts and we'll be offering you the opportunity to ask them specific questions as to how we can stop Obamacare.  This live blogging event is free and open to anyone who is interested in taking direct action to stop ObamaCare.   Our panel of experts include:

05/14/2012
FreedomWorks Live: How to Beat ObamaCare, Part I: ObamaCare Goes to Court: Issues and a Prediction

"This will be the biggest case in 50 years. The stakes could not be higher." Today my friend and colleague Max Pappas and I took out half an hour to stop and educate activists around the country and answer their questions about the historic ObamaCare lawsuit.

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FreedomWorks Live: How to Beat ObamaCare, Part I: ObamaCare Goes to Court: Issues and a Prediction

"This will be the biggest case in 50 years. The stakes could not be higher." Today my friend and colleague Max Pappas and I took out half an hour to stop and educate activists around the country and answer their questions about the historic ObamaCare lawsuit.

05/10/2012
Health Care is Not a Right

President Obama believes that health care is a right for every American. This is a perversion of the Founding Fathers’ idea of rights. There is an abundance of problems associated with ObamaCare but not enough attention has been paid to the dangerous philosophy behind the law. The underlying problem with ObamaCare is that too many Americans now see health care as a human right rather than a good.

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Health Care is Not a Right

President Obama believes that health care is a right for every American. This is a perversion of the Founding Fathers’ idea of rights. There is an abundance of problems associated with ObamaCare but not enough attention has been paid to the dangerous philosophy behind the law. The underlying problem with ObamaCare is that too many Americans now see health care as a human right rather than a good.

05/08/2012
ObamaCare Repeal Pledge: Mourdock signs, Lugar refuses

Tea party activists around the country have asked us whether any of the current Indiana Republican candidates for U.S. Senate have not signed the ObamaCare Repeal Pledge? The answer:

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ObamaCare Repeal Pledge: Mourdock signs, Lugar refuses

Tea party activists around the country have asked us whether any of the current Indiana Republican candidates for U.S. Senate have not signed the ObamaCare Repeal Pledge? The answer:

05/06/2012
Replacing ObamaCare: True Insurance

Consider this: Why does your job offer health insurance, but not auto insurance? Certainly, you need to be healthy to come into work, but most Americans also need a car to get to work. For that matter, why doesn’t your job offer home or life insurance? What makes health insurance a common, nearly-ubiquitous benefit of employment in the United States?

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Replacing ObamaCare: True Insurance

Consider this: Why does your job offer health insurance, but not auto insurance? Certainly, you need to be healthy to come into work, but most Americans also need a car to get to work. For that matter, why doesn’t your job offer home or life insurance? What makes health insurance a common, nearly-ubiquitous benefit of employment in the United States?

04/30/2012
Replacing Obamacare - Dean Clancy at BlogCon

On April 21, 2012, FreedomWorks’ health care VP Dean Clancy updated bloggers at BlogCon CLT in Charlotte, NC, on the Tea Party’s fight to replace ObamaCare with a patient-centered health care system. In a talk titled “Health Care: How We Win,” Clancy described the battle as being waged on four fronts: 1) the court of public opinion; 2) the Supreme Court; 3) Congress; and 4) the states; and he optimistically predicted, “We are going to win this thing!”

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Replacing Obamacare - Dean Clancy at BlogCon

On April 21, 2012, FreedomWorks’ health care VP Dean Clancy updated bloggers at BlogCon CLT in Charlotte, NC, on the Tea Party’s fight to replace ObamaCare with a patient-centered health care system. In a talk titled “Health Care: How We Win,” Clancy described the battle as being waged on four fronts: 1) the court of public opinion; 2) the Supreme Court; 3) Congress; and 4) the states; and he optimistically predicted, “We are going to win this thing!”

04/25/2012
Forbes: The Tea Party Plan for Replacing ObamaCare

Forbes magazine has a great new article: "The Tea Party's Plan for Replacing ObamaCare." In it, the magazine's health policy guru Avik Roy reviews the new, FreedomWorks-endorsed Patient OPTION Act (H.R. 4224) authored by Congressman Paul Broun of Georgia.

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Forbes: The Tea Party Plan for Replacing ObamaCare

Forbes magazine has a great new article: "The Tea Party's Plan for Replacing ObamaCare." In it, the magazine's health policy guru Avik Roy reviews the new, FreedomWorks-endorsed Patient OPTION Act (H.R. 4224) authored by Congressman Paul Broun of Georgia.

04/18/2012
Replacing ObamaCare: Price Transparency

While defending ObamaCare before the Supreme Court, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli kept returning to one larger point: the health care market is different. Unique, even. What he failed to mention is that every market is unique and different. Perhaps he meant that the health care market is important? 

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Replacing ObamaCare: Price Transparency

While defending ObamaCare before the Supreme Court, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli kept returning to one larger point: the health care market is different. Unique, even. What he failed to mention is that every market is unique and different. Perhaps he meant that the health care market is important? 

04/13/2012
Replacing ObamaCare: Full Deductibility

It appears increasingly likely that the Supreme Court will strike down part or all of the controversial ObamaCare law this June.

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Replacing ObamaCare: Full Deductibility

It appears increasingly likely that the Supreme Court will strike down part or all of the controversial ObamaCare law this June.

04/12/2012
Would Patients Really “Die on the Sidewalk” in the Absence of Government Mandates?

Last week, while the Supreme Court heard the ObamaCare case, supporters and protesters outside the courthouse debated one another about the merits and constitutionality of the controversial law.

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Would Patients Really “Die on the Sidewalk” in the Absence of Government Mandates?

Last week, while the Supreme Court heard the ObamaCare case, supporters and protesters outside the courthouse debated one another about the merits and constitutionality of the controversial law.

04/05/2012

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