May state legislative applications limit an Article V convention? Subject, yes; specific language, probably not
- September 12, 2013
The alleged benefit of government taking our medical data for a website that compares prices is dubious. The private sector is already doing this.
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A band of government agencies threatens your medical privacy and doctors’ freedom to practice according to their best judgement. Continue readingREAD MORE
Recent breaches in electronic medical records has the Citizens’ Council on Health Freedom ask: “How vulnerable will patients be when the National Health Information Network (national medical records system) is fully in place?” Continue readingREAD MORE
By requiring people to choose between health care and personal privacy, Colorado’s All-Payer Health Claims Database and the proposed HB 12-1242 are both unacceptable infringements of individual rights. Read more in the CO Springs Gazette. Continue readingREAD MORE
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