Thursday, June 28, 2012

Kentucky Christian health story takes off

ObamaCare survived the U.S. Supreme Court, so now the focus turns to ways for citizens to survive in the brave new world of federally-controlled health care.

Religious-based health sharing should be the first stop for a lot of us.

Unfortunately, the states are not ready for this. And the Christian health sharing groups aren't either.

Kentucky must immediately change its Insurance Code to allow health sharing groups to help Kentuckians escape ObamaCare. No state does a good job of allowing this to happen, but Kentucky is unique in its hostility toward health sharers and in its constitutional protections that should allow them to escape our arbitrary laws prohibiting them from helping us.