Minnesota Proposes "Dual Track" REAL ID Bills
Big Government is attempting to have its way in Minnesota by pushing REAL ID initiatives, now proposing "Dual Track" REAL ID bills. Citizens' Council for Health Freedom (CCHF, http://HamiltonStrategiesLLC.pr-optout.com/Tracking.aspx?Data=HHL%3d%3f%2f33%3d%26JDG%3c939397%3f%26SDG%3c90%3a.&RE=MC&RI=3634351&Preview=False&DistributionActionID=29216&Action=Follow+Link) is encouraging lawmakers to VOTE NO to these proposed REAL ID laws that put Minnesotans' private information at risk and keeps them under the control of the government in practically all they do. Click here to read the attached three points (PDF file) from CCHF so your audience (readers, listeners and/or viewers) can become better informed about the dangers of REAL ID.
For more information or to interview Twila Brase of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom, contact Beth Harrison at 610-584-1096, ext. 104, Media@HamiltonStrategies.com or Deborah Hamilton at 215-815-7716 or 610-584-1096, ext. 102.
Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom, a patient-centered national health freedom organization based in St. Paul, Minn., exists to protect health care choices, individualized patient care, and medical and genetic privacy rights. CCHF sponsors the daily, 60-second radio feature, Health Freedom Minute, which airs on more than 400 stations nationwide, including nearly 200 on the American Family Radio Network and 100 on the Bott Radio Network. Listeners can learn more about the agenda behind health care initiatives and steps they can take to protect their health care choices, rights and privacy.
CCHF president and co-founder Twila Brase, R.N., has been called one of the “100 Most Powerful People in Health Care” and one of “Minnesota’s 100 Most Influential Health Care Leaders.” A public health nurse, Brase has been interviewed by CNN, Fox News, Minnesota Public Radio, NBC Nightly News, NBC’s Today Show, NPR, New York Public Radio, the Associated Press, Modern Healthcare, TIME, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and The Washington Times, among others. She is at the forefront of informing the public of crucial health issues, such as intrusive wellness and prevention initiatives in Obamacare, patient privacy, informed consent, the dangers of “evidence-based medicine” and the implications of state and federal health care reform.