As we head into session, let's revisit the most impactful legislation to actually reduce the cost of healthcare, and with it, health insurance premiums in Minnesota: House File 638, "The Patient Right to Shop Act"
Watch the 2 minute explainer video on why this needs to pass for #HealthFreedom.
As printed in the Dec. 12 Star Tribune Opinion section:
‘Green Energy’ plan is promoted by science deniers
By Jeremy Munson
Gov. Walz’s new "Climate Change Subcabinet," his executive mandates on electric vehicles, and the Senate's new "Clean Energy & Climate Change Caucus" push for 100 percent “green” energy represent a complete government takeover of energy, furthering an agenda of science deniers.
The Hippocratic Oath, which scholars estimate was written in the fourth century B.C., includes the unambiguous statement: I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I advise such a plan.
I watched the committee testimony on Freiberg's legalized suicide bill. I am concerned HF2152 not only disregards life, but has the potential to empower those who want to exploit our vulnerable, disabled, and elderly. At a time when the Democrats are pushing for socialized medicine, now, more than ever, legalizing assisted suicide has dire implications. Earlier this year, my heart ached for Noa Pothoven, the 17 year old girl from the Netherlands, who suffered from depression and ultimately ended her life through assisted suicide. As a society, we should never stop trying to help and protect people suffering from mental illness. We should always be trying to restore hope. Noa's story is an example of one of the many horrifying concerns assisted suicide raises.