Great Bill from Our GOP House of Delegates to Protect Citizens from Receiving Fines for Not Buying Health Care insurance

Looks like another bill that would save Marylanders that Delegate John Donoghue is against.  I wonder if his partner Senator Munson feels the same way?

ANNAPOLIS — Three local members of the Maryland House of Delegates are among those sponsoring a bill that would add an article to the Maryland Constitution limiting the regulation of health care in the state.

Del. Christopher B. Shank, R-Washington, Del. Andrew A. Serafini, R-Washington, and Del. Charles A. Jenkins, R-Frederick/Washington, are listed as sponsors of the Health Care Freedom Act of 2010. State Sen. Alex X. Mooney, R-Frederick/Washington, is listed as a sponsor of the corresponding Senate bill.

The bill, if passed, would prevent Maryland residents from having to pay fines for not purchasing health care coverage.

Alternatives to health insurance, such as paying directly for care, do make more sense to some people and government should not infringe on those choices, Serafini said.

“This is not acceptable to compel people into certain programs,” he said.


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