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2011 House Bill 4050: Ban health care “individual mandate”
  1. Introduced by Rep. Tom McMillin (R) on January 13, 2011, to place in statute a prohibition on any state law or agency rule that would directly or indirectly “compel any person, employer, or health care provider to participate in any health care system.” Unlike recent proposals that would place a "health care freedom act" in the Constitution, a majority of the legislature could amend or repeal this statutory ban with the governor’s signature. However, unlike a constitutional amendment, a two-thirds vote of both the House and Senate is not required to place this prohibition in statute.
    • Referred to the House Health Policy Committee on January 13, 2011.

Comments

Re: 2011 House Bill 4050 (Ban health care “individual mandate” )  by TaterSalad on August 11, 2012 
The American people are not interested in Barack Obama anymore, young and old. The enthusiasm is just not there for him because he has lied so much and they know it. People started to get turned off by him when He, Barack, basically ignores/ tunes out Paul Ryan while showing absolutely NO concern and interest when Paul gave the republican answer to healthcare reform. Barack Obama does the same thing with the Prime Minister of Israel. -

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FyzpAq5HfZA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAlJ6erL-HY

Re: 2011 House Bill 4050 (Ban health care “individual mandate” )  by Gracie North on August 10, 2012 
I think this is a great idea for all of us. Thanks to this law I joined EvolvHealth community. It`s good for us to be in a health care system because it`s for our own sake. I am pro individual mandate.

Re: 2011 House Bill 4050 (Ban health care “individual mandate” )  by TaterSalad on April 23, 2012 
.Here is why America is failing. It is very clear what is happening to the American Dream.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZ-4gnNz0vc

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