VSRF Call Today: CHD Staff Reveal Ways You Can Help Defeat the Mandates
By Steve Kirsch
Four CHD staff members join the VSRF call Thursday at 4pm PST/7pm EST
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Michael Kane, Stephanie Locricchio, Alix Mayer and Denise Young from Children’s Health Defense are joining the VSRF call this week to give us specific actions we can take to tear down the mandate policies and make sure they never come back.
In California, Gavin Newsom and the State Legislature are seriously considering a slate of bills that would not only expand the COVID-19 Vaccine mandates but target doctors, parents and all K-12 public school students.
From CHD’s digital publication, the Defender
The California Assembly, for example, introduced over the past six months a flurry of bills designed to strengthen vaccination mandates and regulate treatment options for patients.
For example, Sen. Richard Pan (D-Sacramento) last month introduced legislation proposing COVID vaccine mandates for all K-12 students in California schools.
And this month, Assembly Member Evan Low (D-Campbell) introduced legislation (AB 2098) that, according to the Los Angeles Times, would “make it easier for the Medical Board of California to discipline doctors who promote COVID-19 misinformation by classifying it as unprofessional conduct.”
Other COVID-related bills introduced in California include:
- Assembly Bill 1993, authored by Buffy Wicks (D-Oakland), would require employees and independent contractors to be vaccinated against COVID as a condition of employment unless they have an exemption based on a medical condition, disability or religious beliefs.
- Assembly Bill 1797, introduced by Akilah Weber (D-San Diego), allows California school officials to more easily check student vaccine records by expanding access to a statewide immunization database.
- Senate Bill 866, introduced by Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) would let children 12 and older be vaccinated without parental consent.
All of these bills are bad.
There is more work we have to do, especially here in California.