Some opponents stated that a health care measure would not create much of an effect on the issue because federal law would overlap state law. Opponents also stated that because of this, there are more serious problems affecting the state that need to be addressed. There are "other" serious problems that need to be addressed like voting "NO" on State Question 744, but this one, State Question 756, needs a resounding "YES" vote.
The ballot title that voters will see reads:
- This measure adds a new section of law to the State Constitution. It adds Section 37 to Article 2. It prohibits making a person use a health care system. It prohibits making an employer use a health care system. It prohibits making a health care provider provide treatment in a health care system. It allows a person to pay for treatment directly. It allows an employer to pay for treatment directly. It allows a health care provider to accept payment for treatment directly. It allows the purchase of health insurance in private health care systems. It allows the sale of health insurance in private health care systems.
"Education is the key" says Freedom's Roll founder Randy Brogdon. "The general voting public must be made aware of the implications of all the state questions before they step into the ballot box."