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PRESS RELEASE For Immediate ReleaseMarch 21, 2011 Contact:Jennifer Berkowitz, (828) 687-2633 or   FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT JUDGE RULES ALL SENIORS RECEIVINGSOCIAL SECURITY MUST PARTICIPATE IN MEDICARE PART A ORFORFEIT PAST AND FUTURE RETIREMENT BENEFITS Plaintiffs Announce Intent to Appeal; Case Highlights Extent of Bureaucratic Overreach in Healthcare Washington, DC – A federal District Court judge [...]

On March 11, 2011, Congressman Jam Johnson [R-TX3] introduced “H.R. 1051: Medicare Beneficiary Freedom to Choose Act of 2011“ To amend title XVIII of the Social Security Act to clarify the use of private contracts by Medicare beneficiaries for professional services and to allow individuals to choose to opt out of the Medicare part A [...]

Plaintiffs have filed their final brief in the US District court of Washington, DC, in the case known as the “Medicare Lawsuit” (Hall v. Sebelius Civil Action NO. 1:08-cv-01715-RMC). The Department of Justice, defending the Department of Health and Human Services, has made every effort to stall, derail, and sidetrack an effort by five citizens to [...]

Dear Friend, This is an urgent message for you and your friends and relatives. Part of a recent tax package that was voted and signed into law on December 17, 2010, extended a provision that allows one to make a donation to a qualified non-profit as a “qualified charitable distribution.” The donated distribution from the [...]

Dear Friend, We at the Fund for Personal Liberty wish to thank everyone who has helped make this year a success. The Medicare Lawsuit has a long road ahead and we are grateful for all of our subscribers, donors, journalists, and leaders in the freedom movement who are following and nurturing the progress of the [...]

A week after the hearing, Judge Collyer ordered the government to file a supplemental brief with legal and regulatory citations concerning Whether a recipient of SSI benefits in 1967 was required to repay all SSI benefits in order to avoid Medicare, when such a requirement/interpretation was adopted, and by what statute, regulation, or administrative decision. [...]

Kent Masterson Brown, our lead attorney for the Medicare Lawsuit, was very happy with how the hearing went yesterday.  He and Frank Northam represented the plaintiffs while two lawyers from the Department of Justice represented Health and Human Services.  There were about fifteen additional government attorneys in attendance including the General Counsel for the Social [...]

Judge Rosemary Collyer has scheduled a hearing in her courtroom for the Medicare Lawsuit. Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at 2:30 pm Perryman Building, Second Floor Our Announcement:

Our Medicare Lawsuit seeks to right a wrong created by government bureaucrats. In 1993 the Social Security Procedure Manual was changed in a way that forces retirees to participate in Medicare, Part A, as a condition of receiving their Social Security benefits. This is so outrageous and unbelievable, that the pertinent links to the government [...]

Kent Masterson Brown and Frank Northam have re-filed the Motion for Summary Judgment in the Hall v. Sebelius.  The new document can be found in our timeline (“* Timeline” in right hand column) or may be linked to directly below:     5/3/10 Revised Motion for Summary Judgment The government is ordered to respond to the [...]