Welcome to the Show-Me Freedom in Healthcare Political Action Committee!
We are a non-partisan group of Missourians who care about the effects that certain policies and laws have on our families’ health and well-being.
Our goal is to increase individual responsibility and freedom to informed healthcare consumers in Missouri.
We believe that individuals make responsible decisions about healthcare when they are given good information.
We believe that parents are the best decision-makers for their children because of their personal interest and concern for their children’s well-being and happiness. Thus we advocate for the people of Missouri to be given good information and the freedom to make informed healthcare decisions for themselves and their families.
Families do not want to see their future and their healthcare options negotiated away by healthcare systems, special interest lobbyists, medical associations, and insurance companies. We, the Missouri people, want our voice to be heard! We want to know that the people’s welfare is of the utmost importance to our government, and to the men and women who make up our healthcare system.
The Missouri motto says it well: “Salus populi suprema lex esto”, which is translated, “Let the welfare of the people be the supreme law.”
The Show-Me Freedom in Healthcare Political Action Committee seeks to promote freedom in healthcare through educating the public, advocating for good healthcare laws & policies, and influencing the Missouri legislature through citizen lobbying.
If you are concerned about the future health and well-being of all Missourians and preserving our freedom to make wise, informed decisions in healthcare, please join our mission! Sign up for our e-newsletter, tell your friends, and spread the word! Together we can make a difference and preserve freedom in healthcare in Missouri!
“I know of no safe depository of the ultimate powers of the society but the people themselves; and if we think them not enlightened enough to exercise their control with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take it from them, but to inform their discretion by education.” Thomas Jefferson