Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act

Summary

The “Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act” allows an individual to freely enter into contractual agreements with health care providers for health care services and coverage, without a mandate or penalty, of any kind, from state legislatures.

Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act

Section 1. Short Title.  This Act may be cited as the “Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act.”

Section 2.  The people have the right to enter into private contracts with health care providers for health care services and to purchase private health care coverage.  The legislature may not require any person to participate in any health care system or plan, nor may it impose a penalty or fine, of any type, for choosing to obtain or decline health care coverage or for participation in any particular health care system or plan.

Section 3. {Severability Clause.}

Section 4. {Repealer Clause.}

Section 5. {Effective Date.}

Re-approved by the ALEC Board of Directors January 9, 2014.