42 USC § 18115 – Freedom not to participate in Federal health insurance programs

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Current through Pub. L. 113-36. (See Public Laws for the current Congress.)

No individual, company, business, nonprofit entity, or health insurance issuer offering group or individual health insurance coverage shall be required to participate in any Federal health insurance program created under this Act (or any amendments made by this Act), or in any Federal health insurance program expanded by this Act (or any such amendments), and there shall be no penalty or fine imposed upon any such issuer for choosing not to participate in such programs.  


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3 thoughts on “42 USC § 18115 – Freedom not to participate in Federal health insurance programs

  1. Fine. But whoever said the USA now still operates under the Rule of Law, which it hasn’t done since…oh…1913…just like using UCC 1-207 without prejudice wasn’t enough to keep me out of jail while I was nursing my 8 month old daughter for “no seat belt”, good luck using this against the IRS when they come to asset-forfeiture you despite the fact that they can “only” collect the “penalty” on those who get tax refunds.

    Folks, we know the Rule of Law matters…the problem is, the criminal psychopathic elites who we continue to let rule us disagree with that assessment…

  2. Ok. Sounds great. Maybe someone should notify Senator Merkley in Oregon about it. Maybe the “shushers” will take a moment to listen to these 7 lines before taking the Senator’s side.

    Oh wait, that person will probably be “out of order” and acting “uncivil and disorderly”, according to Merkley, the moment that person tries to read it and he interrupts them in the middle of it, thereby not allowing the person to finish reading it.

    Playing the “civil order” card is like a politician playing the race card when they can’t get their way and nothing else works.

    Fed Up Oregonians Blast Senator Merkley At Town Halls


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