The federal government is considering legislation that will dictate how you live your personal life with little transparency as to how they are crafting those plans. We are following proactive leaders striving to protect our state’s rights. Below you will find critical pieces of legislation currently in the Florida legislature that aim to protect our state and it’s citizens from inefficient and bureaucratic control.

Stand up and fight back against this federal power-grab!

House HM19 / Senate SM 96 -- Please join us in supporting Florida HM19. The 10th Amendment to the United States Constitution (sometimes known as the State's Rights Amendment), states:

"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

HM19 serves as a notice and a demand by the people of the state of Florida as expressed through their legislature to the Federal Government to cease and desist from going beyond the scope of and issuing mandates beyond it's constitutionally delegated powers. It also reasserts Florida's sovereignty under the 10th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
House HB 21 / Senate SB 98 -- The Firearms Freedom Act seeks to provide “that specified firearms, firearm accessories, and ammunition for personal use manufactured in state are not subject to federal law or regulation” in the State of Florida.
House HJR 37 / Senate SJR 72 -- The Health Care Freedom Act says any "law or rule shall not compel, directly or indirectly, any person, employer, or health care provider to participate in any health care system," and specifies people and employers can’t be fined for not buying insurance. This bill does not ban federal programs such as Medicare and Medicaid in our state, it simply focuses on restricting the federal government from forcing Americans to participate in an insurance policy, public or private.

We seek reform in many areas including; transparency with private health insurance providers, tort reform, and better accountability to those that abuse the existing public programs such as Medicare and Medicaid. First, we must ensure that the freedom to make your decision as to what health care insurance and/or provider rests with the individual citizen. We the people can contribute to bring down health care costs by making better personal decisions such as; eating healthier, not smoking (a huge contributor to health care costs), and exercising. Synergized with efficient and responsible public policy, citizens and lawmakers can together lead the way to health care reform for all.

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