Skip to comments.ObamaCare guarantees "personal information" will CEASE to be personal. Yep, gun ownership info too
Posted on 02/04/2013 8:42:54 AM PST by Oldpuppymax
Being a good, Democrat-run state, Minnesota has decided to build an ObamaCare exchange, turning all healthcare rights and choices of its citizens over to the tender mercies of federal death panels and untrained, IT technicians in Washington, DC.
But if anything, thats the GOOD news for unsuspecting Minnesotans! For all information currently considered personal will, at the stroke of a keyboard, become known to countless bureaucracies throughout the State and federal governments.
As the Citizens Council for Health Freedom explains it:
Buried in the text of the Minnesota Obamacare Exchange bill (MNHIX) [is] a tiny but controversial section allowing free-flow sharing of all data the government has on you. It also grants them access to the data other entities have on you. There is no limit to...
(Excerpt) Read more at coachisright.com ...
heck they dont even need a search warrant anymore
simple solution, start publishing ALL the personal info about politicians. ALL of it.
I have been saying for some time that all information about politicians including their wife, children and parents is fair game. This includes where they live, where they work, where they go to school. If no one needs guns because the police are just a phone call away let’s see how they feel knowing that all information is available about them to anyone that is interested.
They have to do a lot of digging to document any “ownership” data.
I’m not telling my Doc anything.
Just because the records and the traceability potential exists, doesn’t mean they know where to start.
If they start rummaging through dealers paperwork, on a regular and widespread basis, we’ll know about it.
I know we’ve heard of occurrances, but I don’t see evidence that it is common.
im with you - i learned my lesson a couple years ago - complaine dof headaches - had a sleep study done - had apnea.....tried to buy more life insurance after my pal died....absolutely impossible - expect more of the same nonsense under this bs
Shes had the good sense to refrain from asking me about weapons in the home
If I were the devil...
Our father who art in Washington....or any state capitol run by a micro managing ninny .....
Section 7 of House File 5 reads: Sec. 7. [62V.06] DATA. (a) The definitions in section 13.02 apply to this section. (b) Government data of the Minnesota Insurance Marketplace on individuals, employees of employers, and employers using the Minnesota Insurance Marketplace are private data on individuals or nonpublic data. The Minnesota Insurance Marketplace may share not public data with state and federal agencies and other entities if the exchange of the data is reasonably necessary to carry out the functions of the Minnesota Insurance Marketplace.
State agencies shall share not public data with the Minnesota Insurance Marketplace if the exchange of the data is reasonably necessary to carry out the functions of the Minnesota Insurance Marketplace. Notwithstanding the provisions governing summary data in sections 13.02, subdivision 19, and 13.05, subdivision 7, the Minnesota Insurance Marketplace may derive summary data from nonpublic data under this section.
The full text of the bill can be found at: http://wdoc.house.leg.state.mn.us/leg/LS88/HF0005.1.pdf
Good luck to anyone who has to prove their medical records are in error.
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