The Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) of 1986 states that medical care cannot be withheld for any reason. Just in case you were "wondering".
The federal government could choose not to reimburse the hospital for treating any patient with high cholesterol, but the hospital would still have to treat them. I'd like to see what happens to the legislator who proposes such a law.
So are there any limits IYHO on whats reasonable in what the Feds can require you to submit to if you receive a state benefit?