Friday, April 28th, 2017

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 [...]

Thank you, everyone, for your continuing support and interest in Hall v. Sebelius, the Medicare Lawsuit. On June 14, 2010, our final brief will be filed with the US District Court of Washington, DC, after which, Judge Rosemary Collyer will schedule oral arguments and then render a decision on the issue of whether one may [...]

Judge Rosemary Collyer denied the government’s Motion to Reconsider the Motion to Dismiss the Medicare Lawsuit.   Defendants Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services, and Michael J. Astrue, Commissioner of the Social Security Administration, ask the Court to reconsider its denial of their motion to dismiss. [...] Plaintiffs Brian Hall, John J. Kraus, [...]

EDITORIAL: POMS de terror ‘Forced Medicare’ rules take a well-deserved beating By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Freedom won a big round Sept. 29 when Judge Rosemary M. Collyer slapped down federal commissars who are pushing a senseless and dangerous Medicare requirement.  Judge Collyer, who sits on the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, refused [...]

PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release September 30, 2009 Contact: Sonia Blumstein, 205.620.2087 or   JUDGE CLEARS WAY TO VOID RULES MANDATING ENROLLMENT IN MEDICARE, PART A, AS A CONDITION OF RECEIVING SOCIAL SECURITY RETIREMENT BENEFITS  Motion to Dismiss Denied; Summary Judgment Pending WASHINGTON, DC—In an opinion handed down on September 29, Judge Rosemary Collyer [...]