Sep 28, 2012 · Hall v. Sebelius. By Ilya Shapiro, Trevor Burrus, and Kathleen Hunker. September 28, 2012. When Brian Hall, former House Majority Leader Dick . Plaintiffs Brian Hall, John Kraus, and former House Majority Leader Dick Armey are challenging a a Clinton Administration rule that bars them from keeping coverage they prefer to Medicare. The Obama Administration filed a motion to dismiss on the grounds that plaintiffs had .
You Can't Opt Out of Medicare Without Losing Social Security, Judge Rules. Hall v. Sebelius, brought by three retired federal employees who have reached age 65 However, the three plaintiffs, one of whom is former Republican House Majority Leader Dick Armey, wanted to drop their Medicare coverage because they claimed it threatened their. Oct 12, 2012 · The lawsuit, filed in federal court during the Bush Administration, is known as Hall v. Sebelius, after plaintiff Brian Hall, who didn’t want to change his insurance when he turned 65, saying he liked his plan and that he didn’t want the federal government or .
Dick Armey suing Sebelius with reference to lack of CHOICE with Medicare Edited on Sat Sep-19-09 10:19 AM by Emit Dick Armey has had his government, tax-supported health care dating all the way back to when he was a University teacher in Texas, and then as a US Congressman and then as a retired government worker. Mar 25, 2012 · A recent court decision (Hall v Sebelius) The three plaintiffs in this case were retired federal employees (one is former Republican House Majority Leader Dick Armey), and the named plaintiff had filed for and begun receiving his Social Security retirement benefits. They wanted to remain covered under their FEHB plan rather than enrolling.