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The following table lists the active action alerts for all states.

Bills to Watch

The following table lists the active bills of interest for all states.

State Bill Number Date Position Title Status
AK HB 334 2024-02-20 SUPPORT Requires blood banks test & label blood for mRNA vaccine components, requires disclosure donor received mRNA vaccine, allows recipient to refuse Status: Referred to the House Health and Social Services Committee on 2/20/2024

Action: House Health and Social Services Committee Members, your Representative, & your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
AK HB 216 2024-01-16 SUPPORT Requires disclosure of potential gene therapy products, exposure to genetically modified materials incl. vaccines, or potential genetic modification Status: Referred to the House Health and Social Services Committee on 1/16/2024

Action: Contact House Health and Social Services Committee Members, your Representative & Senator; ask to SUPPORT
AK HB 52 2023-05-18 SUPPORT Requires hospitals & care facilities to publish policies governing support persons’ rights, including prohibition of vaccine or immunity status proof Status: 2023 session adjourned 5/18/2023; HB 52 will carryover in House Health & Social Services Committee to 2024 session

Action: Contact your Representative, Senator, & House Health & Social Services Committee Members, ask to SUPPORT
AL HB 408 2024-05-09 SUPPORT Prohibits WHO, UN, WEF from having any power in AL, prohibits state or political sub. from enforcing/implementing rule, reg, tax, policy, or mandate Status: Died, failed to be reported in the House State Government Committee before session ended on 5/9/2024

Action: NONE
AL HB 424/SB 303 2024-05-09 SUPPORT Prohibits WHO, UN, WEF from having any power in AL, prohibits state or political sub. from enforcing/implementing rule, reg, tax, policy, or mandate Status: HB 424 died, failed to pass full House before session ended on 5/9/2024 | SB 303 died, failed to pass full Senate before session ended on 5/9/2024

Action: NONE
AL HB 165 2024-05-03 SUPPORT Prohibits an unemancipated minor from consenting to vaccination without the written consent of a parent or legal guardian Status: Scheduled for a hearing in Senate Judiciary Committee on 5/7/2024 at 1PM in Room 325; passed full House on 4/25/2024

Action: Contact Senate Judiciary Committee Members, your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
AL SB 246 2024-04-18 SUPPORT Establishes that a parent/guardian’s written religious vaccine exemption is sufficient, establishes medical/religious exemption for higher ed Status: Referred to the House Health Committee on 4/18/2024; passed full Senate on 4/16/2024

Action: Contact House Health Committee Members & your Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
AZ SB 1146 2024-04-16 SUPPORT Allows agriculture products made from aquaculture, livestock, or poultry that has not received mRNA vaccine to be labeled “mRNA Free" Status: VETOED by Governor Kati Hobbs on 4/16/2024

Action: NONE
AZ HB 2406 2024-03-28 SUPPORT Allows agriculture products made from aquaculture, livestock, or poultry that has not received mRNA vaccine to be labeled “mRNA Free" Status: Eligible for vote in the Senate Committee of the Whole as of 3/28/2024; passed full House on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
AZ SB 1407 2024-03-19 WATCH Requires employer accommodate employee requesting religious exemption for flu/any FDA emergency use authorized vaccine, unless it poses undue hardship Status: Eligible for vote in House Committee of the Whole as of 3/19/2024; passed full Senate 2/22/2024

Action: Contact your Representative with your concerns
AZ SB 1580 2024-02-29 OPPOSE Enables DCS, foster parents, group & foster homes, relatives, agencies, or others to vaccinate a child unless the parent objects in writing to dept Status: Passed Senate 3rd Reading as amended in Senate COW by vote of 17-11 on 2/29/2024

Action: Contact your Representative, ask them to remove the Senate amendment, and if it is not removed, to ask them to OPPOSE
AZ SB 1648 2024-02-27 SUPPORT Prohibits Dir of AZ Dept of Ag & State Veterinarian from req or administering mRNA vaccine w/out full USDA/FDA approval, allows mRNA free labeling Status: Referred to House Land, Agriculture & Rural Affairs Committee on 2/27/2024

Action: Contact House Land, Agriculture & Rural Affairs Committee Members & your Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
AZ SB 1715 2024-02-06 OPPOSE Expands state vaccine tracking system from a childhood registry to include adults Status: Assigned to the Senate Health & Human Services Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to OPPOSE
AZ SB 1137 2024-01-23 OPPOSE Requires public schools to post vaccination rates of students enrolled at the school on their website if they have one Status: referred to the Senate Education Committee on 1/23/2024

Action: Contact the Senate Education Committee Members, your Senator & Representative, ask them to OPPOSE
CA AB 310 2023-09-14 WATCH Removes section of current law that requires documentation of vaccination for the CalWORKS program Status: Died, author cancelled hearing in Senate Committee on Human Services 6/27/2023; passed Full Assembly 5/31/2023

Action: NONE
CO HCR 1005 2024-04-22 WATCH Creates parental bill of rights including med. & rel. vaccine exemptions, written consent for med. treatments, records access, but creates op-out data Status: Reported with recommendation to postpone indefinitely in House State, Civic, Military, & Veterans Affairs Committee by vote of 7-1 on 4/22/2024

Action: None at this time
DC B25-0545 2024-03-21 OPPOSE Authorizes podiatrists to administer vaccines and pharmacists to order & administer vaccines on current CDC schedules to all age groups Status: Passed the Committee on Health by vote of 3 Yes, 0 No, on 3/21/2024

Action: Contact your Council Member, ask them to OPPOSE
DC B25-0278 2024-01-23 SUPPORT Removes requirement that eligible students in DC receive COVID-19 vaccination by amending Immunization of School Students Act of 1979 Status: ENACTED, signed by Mayor Muriel Bowser with Act Number A25-0310; Law Number L25-0108; Effective 1/23/2024

Action: NONE
DC B25-0632 2023-12-22 OPPOSE Authorizes dentists to administer vaccines when certified by Board & administer botulinum toxin & other FDA approved neurotoxins for dental conditions Status: Notice of Intent to Act on B25-0632 was published in the District of Columbia Register on 12/22/2023

Action: Contact your Councilmember, ask to OPPOSE
DC B25-0347 2023-11-13 OPPOSE Authorizes dental hygienists to administer vaccines among other additional responsibilities Status: Hearing held in Committee on Health on 12/7/2023

Action: Contact Committee on Health Members & your Council Member, ask them to OPPOSE
FL HB 1535 2024-01-13 WATCH Establishes ineffective protections from vaccine tracking; limits adoption of int'l health policy & new childhood vaccine mandates to the legislature Status: Referred to House Healthcare Regulation Subcommittee on 1/13/2024

Action: Contact House Healthcare Regulation Subcommittee Members, your Representative, & Senator with concerns
FL SB 1094 2024-01-04 WATCH Requires legislative approval for new school vaccine mandates and restricts legally protected vaccine exemptions to non-FDA approved vaccines only Status: Referred to the Senate Health Policy Committee on 1/4/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health Policy Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator with concerns
FL HB 459/SB 402 2023-11-22 SUPPORT Removes vaccines from the terms of treat/ed or treatment which can be ordered in a public health emergency & places expiration dates on declaration Status: HB 459 referred to House Healthcare Regulation Subcommittee on 11/22/2023 | SB 402 referred to Senate Health Policy Committee on 11/28/2023

Action: Contact House Healthcare Regulation Subcommittee & Senate Health Policy Committee members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
GA HB 576 2024-03-28 SUPPORT Prohibits discrimination based on COVID-19 vaccine status concerning organ transplants Status: Died, passed full House on 2/12/2024; failed to be scheduled for a hearing in Senate Health & Human Services Comm before session ended on 3/28/2024

Action: NONE
GA HB 213 2024-02-29 OPPOSE Changes age from 6th grade to kindergarten for parents of school children to receive influenza vaccine information Status: Died, carryover from 2023 failed to move in 2024 before crossover deadline to pass full House of 2/29/2024

Action: NONE
GA SB 445 2024-02-29 OPPOSE Requires Department of Education to use taxpayer dollars to market vaccines for Pharma to 6th grade students & their parents Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Education & Youth Committee before crossover deadline to pass full Senate of 2/29/2024

Action: NONE
GA HB 174 2024-02-29 OPPOSE Requires Department of Education to provide parents & guardians of incoming 6th graders vaccination information Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for a House floor vote before crossover deadline to pass full House of 2/29/2024

Action: NONE
GA HB 266 2024-02-29 SUPPORT Prohibits state entities from requiring proof of vaccination, proof of past infection recovery & vaccine passports Status: Died, carryover from 2023 failed to move in 2024 before crossover deadline to pass full House of 2/29/2024

Action: NONE
GA HB 897 2024-02-29 SUPPORT Prohibits state entities from requiring proof of vaccination, proof of past infection recovery & vaccine passports in Medical Freedom Act Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for a hearing in the House Public Health Committee before crossover deadline to pass full House of 2/29/2024

Action: NONE
HI HB 2553 2024-04-19 OPPOSE Authorizes pharmacists, pharmacy techs, & pharmacy interns to vaccinate individuals 3 years old & older w/ FDA approved & ACIP recommended vaccines Status: Conferees appointed after House disagreed with Senate amendments on 4/11/2024; passed full Senate on 4/9/2024; passed full House on 3/5/2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
HI HR 50 2024-03-08 OPPOSE Requesting DOH study permitting minor children 16 years old & older to consent to vaccines on their own, submit leg report & proposed legislation Status: Referred to the House Health & Homelessness Committee and the House Finance Committee on 3/8/2024

Action: Contact House Health & Homelessness Comm Members, House Finance Comm Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
HI HB 1715 2024-01-29 WATCH Establishes right of parent to make health care decisions for child incl exempting from vaccines, adds good faith objection, in parental rights bill Status: Referred to the House Health and Homelessness Comm (HLT), House Education Comm (EDN), & House Judiciary & Hawaiian Affairs Comm (JHA) on 1/29/2024

Action: Contact the H Hlth & Homelessness Comm (HLT) Mem, H Edu Comm (EDN) Mem, H Judic & HI Affairs (JHA) Comm Mem, your Rep, & Senator with your concerns
HI HB 2147/SB 2568 2024-01-24 OPPOSE Authorizes pharmacists to vaccinate anyone 3 years old or older with FDA approved & ACIP recommended vaccines Status: HB 2147 was referred to House CPN, HHS, & JDC Committees on 1/24/2024 | SB 2568 was referred to Senate HLT, CPC, & JHA on 1/24/2024

Action: Contact your House CPN, HHS, & JDC Committee Members; Senate HLT, CPC, & JHA Committee Members; your Representative; & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
HI HB 2019 2024-01-24 SUPPORT Requires state agencies to offer resigned/terminated employees over COVID-19 vaccine or testing requirements the option to be reinstated w/ back pay Status: Referred to House Labor & Government Operations Committee & the House Finance Committee on 1/24/2024

Action: Contact House Labor & Government Operations Committee Members, House Finance Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
HI HB 1726 2024-01-24 SUPPORT Extends medical exemptions until vaccination not detrimental, limits requirements for med exemptions, prohibits discrimination, protects practitioners Status: Referred to the House Health & Homelessness Committee and the House Consumer Protection & Commerce Committee on 1/24/2024

Action: Contact House Health & Homelessness Comm Members, House Consumer Protection & Commerce Comm Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
HI HB 52/SB 111 2023-05-04 SUPPORT Requires state agencies who fired employees for refusing COVID-19 vaccines to give them the option to be reinstated with back pay Status: HB 52 & SB 111 failed to be scheduled for hearings in their committees before session ended on 5/3/2023, bills carryover from 2023 to 2024

Action: None at this time
IA SF 2149 2024-04-20 SUPPORT Requires medical examiner investigations of infant deaths age 0 to 3 to include previous vaccination Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health & Human Services Subcommittee; session ended on 4/20/2024

Action: NONE
IA SF 99 2024-04-20 SUPPORT Requires vaccine information on death investigation forms for children under 3 Status: Died, failed to move in 2024 before the session ended on 4/20/2024

Action: NONE
IA HF 507 2024-04-20 SUPPORT Prohibits the CDC and WHO from having jurisdiction in Iowa, increases consumer privacy in state vaccine tracking system Status: Died, carryover from 2023 failed to move in 2024 before session ended on 4/20/2024

Action: NONE
IA SF 238 2024-04-20 SUPPORT Requires vaccine information on death investigation forms for individuals 3 and older Status: Died, failed to move in 2024 before the session ended on 4/20/2024

Action: NONE
IA SF 2196 (SF 2003) 2024-03-19 SUPPORT Requires school communication recommending vaccines to include information on exemptions, applies to registration and websites of schools & child care Status: SF 2196 is eligible for a House floor vote of 3/19/2024

Action: Contact your Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 2280 (HF 464) (HF 283) 2024-03-13 SUPPORT Eliminates the requirement that students in independent private instruction provide proof of vaccination to the district Status: HF 2280 recommended for passage in Senate Education Subcommittee on 3/13/2024; passed full House on 3/7/2024

Action: Contact Senate Education Committee Members & your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 2528 2024-02-15 SUPPORT Requires healthcare provider verbally provide patient w/ VICP info incl liability protection, req.'s vaccine advertisements disclose limited liability Status: Referred to House Health and Human Services Committee on 2/15/2024

Action: Contact the House Health and Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA SF 2064 2024-02-14 SUPPORT Excepts STD vaccines from existing law granting a minor legal capacity to consent to medical treatment to prevent or treat STDs Status: Recommended for passage in Senate Health and Human Services Committee by vote of 10 Yeas, 5 Nays, on 2/14/2024

Action: Contact your Senator & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
IA SF 2271 2024-02-12 SUPPORT Creates publicly available anonymized biographical information & vaccine record data for deceased individuals Status: Referred to Senate Health and Human Services Subcommittee on 2/12/2024

Action: Contact the Senate Health and Human Services Subcommittee Members, your Senator & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 2333 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Establishes a state vaccine adverse event reporting system & vaccine injury compensation program that replicates federal programs Status: Referred to the House Health and Human Services Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact House Health and Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 2041/SF 2058 2024-01-23 SUPPORT Requires DHHS to require health care provider to obtain opt-in written informed consent prior to reporting vaccine administration to registry or IHIN Status: HF 2041 referred to the House Health & Human Services Comm, 1/16/2024 | SF 2058 referred to Senate Health & Human Service Comm Subcommittee, 1/23/2024

Action: Contact House Health & Human Services Comm Members, Senate House & Human Services Subcomm members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 2055 2024-01-17 SUPPORT Prohibits all school or child care vaccine requirements & COVID-19 vaccine for post-secondary edu, relaxes vaccine documentation for foster care Status: Referred to House Health and Human Services Committee on 1/17/2024

Action: Contact House Health and Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 2071 2024-01-17 OPPOSE Prohibits vaccine mandates unless certain conditions are met Status: Referred to the House Judiciary Committee on 1/17/2024

Action: Contact the House Judiciary Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
IA HF 2044 2024-01-16 SUPPORT Excepts vaccines on vaccine injury table from existing law granting a minor legal capacity to consent to medical treatment to prevent or treat STDs Status: Referred to the House Health and Human Services Committee on 1/16/2024

Action: Contact House Health and Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 2047 2024-01-16 SUPPORT Adds vaccination status to existing civil rights protections Status: Referred to the House Judiciary Committee on 1/17/2024

Action: Contact the House Judiciary Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 262 2023-05-04 SUPPORT Establishes that exemptions for vaccines required for school apply at all times including in times of emergency, pandemic, or epidemic Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Services Committee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact House Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 369 2023-05-04 SUPPORT Allows employees injured by an employer-mandate COVID-19 vaccine to file civil suit against employer if they were injured by the vaccine Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Labor and Workforce Committee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact House Labor and Workforce Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 455 2023-05-04 SUPPORT Expands Iowa Civil Rights Act to include medical or vaccination status as protected class Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Judiciary Committee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact House Judiciary Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HF 303/SF 91 2023-05-04 SUPPORT Removes ability of health dept to order vaccination during a public health disaster, removes restrictive language in religious belief exemption Status: Both held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearings in their respective State Government Comm; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact House & Senate State Government Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA SF 323 2023-05-04 SUPPORT Prohibits employers from inquiring in employee's COVID vaccination status or test results & requiring test for past or current COVID infection Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Workforce Committee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact Senate Workforce Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA SF 45 2023-05-04 SUPPORT Prohibits state labor commissioner from enforcing federal occupational safety and health standards relating to COVID-19 Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Workforce Committee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact Senate Workforce Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HJR 5 2023-05-04 SUPPORT Amends the state constitution protecting the right of a person to refuse any medical procedure, treatment, injection, device, vaccine or prophylactic Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Judiciary Committee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact House Judiciary Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA SF 395 2023-05-04 OPPOSE Requires health care providers who are required to report to the statewide immunization registry to submit informed consent form to the registry Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health & Human Services Subcommittee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact Senate Health & Human Services Subcommittee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
IA HF 187 2023-05-04 SUPPORT Removes requirement that schools teach about HPV Vaccines Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Education Committee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact House Education Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IA HSB 178 2023-05-04 OPPOSE Expands vaccine registry to add all adult vaccines, registry consent refusal forms are also submitted, all vaccine administrators must be registered Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be voted on in House Health & Human Services Committee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact House Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
IA HF 166 2023-05-04 SUPPORT Prohibits minors from being able to consent to vaccines for sexually transmitted diseases on the federal vaccine injury table Status: Held over for consideration in 2024, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Services Committee; session ended on 5/4/2023

Action: Contact House Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
ID S 1287 2024-04-10 SUPPORT Prohibits WHO from having jurisdiction in ID, prohibits state from implementing/enforcing mandates from US DHHS & CDC unless approved by legislature Status: Died, failed to be reported in Senate Health & Welfare Committee before session ended on 4/10/2024

Action: NONE
ID H 597 2024-03-28 SUPPORT Expands religious & personal vaccine exemptions to apply to adult students in public, private, or parochial high school, trade school, or higher ed Status: ENACTED, Signed by Governor Brad Little on 3/28/2024; Chapter 225; Effective date 7/1/2024

Action: NONE
ID H 438 2024-02-23 SUPPORT Requires school officials to inform parents that vaccines are not mandatory for school attendance & can be refused on religious or other grounds Status: Referred to Senate Health & Welfare Committee on 2/23/2024; passed full House on 2/22/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health & Welfare Committee Members & your Senator, ask to SUPPORT
ID H 397 2024-02-12 SUPPORT Changes the state vaccine tracking registry to an OPT-IN system where it is currently an OPT-OUT assumed consent system Status: Referred to Senate Health & Welfare Committee on 2/12/2024; passed full house on 2/9/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health & Welfare Committee Members, your Representative & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
ID S 1227 2024-01-17 SUPPORT Creates “Idaho Bill of Patient Medical Rights”; includes right to informed consent and prohibition on discrimination based on vaccination status Status: Referred to the Senate State Affairs Committee on 1/17/2024

Action: Contact Senate State Affairs Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
IL HB 5151/SB 3529 2024-05-23 OPPOSE Repeals Pertussis Vaccine Act which requires the health department to prepare & distribute a pamphlet which includes reactions to pertussis vaccines Status: HB 5151 hearing scheduled S. Executive Comm on 5/15/24 @2:30PM; passed H. on 4/17/24 | SB 3529 passed full House on 5/23/24; passed S. on 4/12/24

Action: Contact Senate Executive Committee Members & your Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
IL HB 5473 2024-03-27 OPPOSE Permits a minor 12 years old or older to apply on their own to obtain benefits for STD prevention, which includes HPV, HEP A, & HEP B vaccines Status: Scheduled for a hearing in the House Human Services Committee on 4/3/2024 at 8:30AM in Room D-1

Action: Contact House Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
IL HB 5162 2024-02-09 WATCH Requires employers accept a conscientious exemption from an employee for a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, but still allows employer mandates Status: Introduced in the House on 2/9/2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator with your concerns
IL HB 5161 2024-02-09 WATCH Requires the state to recommend health care facilities do not mandate students enrolled in a health care program receive an EUA vaccine to participate Status: Introduced in the House on 2/9/2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator with your concerns
IL HB 5105 2024-02-08 SUPPORT Prohibits employers from requiring an employee to demonstrate their vaccination status with a vaccine that was approved under EUA by the FDA Status: Introduced in the House on 2/8/2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IL HB 4876 2024-02-07 OPPOSE Adds denial of primary care services including vaccines to definition of abused child, & other changes to Abused & Neglected Child Reporting Act Status: Introduced in the House on 2/7/2024

Action: Contact your House Representative & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
IL HB 4243 2023-11-29 SUPPORT Requires blood banks to test & label donated blood for COVID-19 vaccine or mRNA vaccine components; requires recipient consent Status: Filed in the House on 11/29/2023

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IL HB 3000 2023-05-28 SUPPORT Prohibits employees and students of a public school or institution of higher education from being required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine Status: Failed to be assigned from Rules Committee to other committee, session adjourned for recess 5/28/2023 to 10/23/2023; bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
IL HB 1577 2023-05-28 SUPPORT Prohibits discrimination in employment, or penalties based on person’s refusal to take COVID-19 vaccine for religious beliefs; creates cause of action Status: Failed to be assigned from Rules Committee to other committee, session adjourned for recess 5/28/2023 to 10/23/2023; bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
IL HB 1027 2023-05-28 OPPOSE Authorizes podiatrists to provide and administer vaccinations Status: Failed to be assigned from Rules Committee to other committee, session adjourned for recess 5/28/2023 to 10/23/2023; bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
IL SB 1435 2023-05-28 OPPOSE Creates statewide intrusive and comprehensive early childhood tracking system which includes vaccination rates Status: Re-referred to the Senate Assignments Committee, session adjourned for recess 5/28/2023 to 10/23/2023; bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact your Senator & Representative, ask them to OPPOSE
IL HB 3001 2023-05-28 SUPPORT Prohibits requiring COVID-19 vaccine for state employees as a condition of employment; prohibits penalties Status: Failed to be assigned from Rules Committee to other committee, session adjourned for recess 5/28/2023 to 10/23/2023; bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
IL HB 3187 2023-05-28 SUPPORT Prohibits requiring COVID-19 vaccine for students as a condition for enrollment or attendance Status: Failed to be assigned from Rules Committee to other committee, session adjourned for recess 5/28/2023 to 10/23/2023; bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
IN SB 192 2024-01-24 OPPOSE Allows pharmacists to administer any ACIP recommended vaccine to 11 year olds & up, removes age minimum of 50 years for pneumococcal vaccine Status: Voted do pass as amended in the Senate Health and Provider Services Committee by a vote of 9 Yes, 0 No, on 1/24/2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
IN HB 1335 2024-01-10 SUPPORT Establishes the Indiana Vaccination Adverse Event Reporting System Status: Introduced and referred to House Committee on Public Health 1/10/2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Public Health Members, your Representative & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
IN HB 1334 2024-01-10 WATCH Prohibits unemployment benefits disqualification over vax refusal, allows employer vax mandates w/ refusal rights and no coercion or adverse action Status: Referred to the House Committee on Employment, Labor, and Pensions on 1/10/2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Employment, Labor, and Pensions Members, your Representative, & Senator with your concerns
IN HB 1215 2024-01-09 OPPOSE Authorizes dental hygienists to vaccinate children 11 & older w/ vaccines on childhood schedule under certain conditions, requires registry reporting Status: Referred to the House Public Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact House Public Health Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
IN HB 1072 2024-01-08 SUPPORT Prohibits vaccine mandates for health profession edu. students, prohibits religious objection inquiries, establishes cause of action for violations Status: Referred to the House Education Committee on 1/8/2024

Action: Contact House Education Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
IN HB 1071 2024-01-08 SUPPORT Establishes statewide medical, religious, & right of refusal vaccine exemptions, adds right of refusal exemptions to existing vaccine exemptions Status: Referred to the House Committee on Public Health on 1/8/2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Public Health Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
KS SB 391 2024-02-28 SUPPORT Removes ability of Sec. of Health & Environment to issue orders/adopt rules to treat or prevent spread of infectious diseases, instead may recommend Status: Referred to the House Committee on Health and Human Services on 2/28/2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Health and Human Services Members, and your Representative, ask them to SUPPORT and Reinstate SECTION 8 of the bill
KS SB 390 2024-02-28 SUPPORT Prohibits an employer, health care, school, or person from discriminating or taking an adverse action based on vaccination or other treatment refusal Status: Withdrawn from the Senate Committee on Ways and Means and rereferred to the Senate Committee on Public Health and Welfare on 2/28/2024

Action: Contact Senate Committee on Public Health & Welfare Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
KS HB 2161 2023-05-12 SUPPORT Requires patient care facilities to adopt visitation rules for family &, clergy, without requiring proof of any vaccine/immunization Status: Held for consideration, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Services Committee before session adjourned 5/12/2023

Action: Continue to contact House Committee on Health and Human Services Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
KS SB 315 2023-05-12 SUPPORT Strengthens religious belief exemption for vaccines mandated for childcare facilities/ school, removes college meningitis vaccine mandate Status: Held for consideration, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Services Committee before session adjourned 5/12/2023

Action: Continue to contact House Committee on Health and Human Services Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
KS HB 2007 2023-05-12 SUPPORT Prohibits Kansas Secretary of Health from requiring COVID-19 vaccine for childcare, preschool, daycare and school Status: Held for consideration, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Services Committee before session adjourned 5/12/2023

Action: Continue to contact House Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
KS SB 314 2023-05-12 SUPPORT Prohibits the secretary of health from requiring school students & children in daycare or preschool from being required to receive COVID-19 vaccines Status: Held for consideration, failed to be scheduled for hearing House Health & Human Services Comm before session adjourned 5/12/2023, passed full Senate

Action: Continue to contact House Committee on Health and Human Services Members & your Representative, ask to SUPPORT
KS HB 2263 2023-05-12 OPPOSE Authorizes pharmacy technicians to administer flu vaccines to children 6 or older and all other vaccines to children 12 or older Status: Passed Senate & returned to House Health & Human Services Comm 3/28/2023; session adjourned 5/12/2023, bills can carryover from odd to even years

Action: Contact House Health & Human Services Committee Members & your Representative, ask them to OPPOSE
KS HB 2390 2023-05-12 SUPPORT Removes the ability of the local health officer or secretary to require isolation & quarantine for individuals who refuse vaccination Status: Failed to reconcile House amendments in Conference Committee; passed Full House, bills can carryover from odd to even years in KS

Action: Continue to contact your Representative & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
KS SB 20 2023-05-12 SUPPORT Removes restrictive language in the religious belief exemption for vaccines mandated for childcare facilities and school, expands employee exemptions Status: Held for consideration, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Committee on Public Health & Welfare before session adjourned 5/12/2023

Action: Continue to contact Senate Committee on Public Health and Welfare Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
KS SB 6 2023-05-12 SUPPORT Restricts authority of Secretary of Health & Environment and local health officials to order vaccination and quarantine during a disease outbreak Status: Referred to House Committee on Health & Human Services; passed the Senate 2/23/2023, session adjourned 5/12/2023, bills can carryover to 2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Health & Human Services Members & your Representative, ask to SUPPORT
KY SB 295 2024-03-26 SUPPORT Prohibits COVID-19 vaccines from being required for school, employment, professional licenses, or health care services Status: Referred to House Committee on Committees on 3/26/2024; passed Senate 3rd Reading as substituted in committee by vote of 25 Yeas, 11 Nays on 3/26/2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Committees Members & your Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
KY SB 182 2024-02-08 WATCH Requires employers mandating vaccines to grant medical & religious exemptions, requires employees to submit form affirming exemptions Status: Referred to the Senate Health Services Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health Services Committee Members, your Senator, & Represenative with your concerns
KY HB 421 2024-01-30 OPPOSE Requires friend & neighbor child-care homes to keep current immunization certificate & exemption records on file in the home Status: Referred to House Committee on Committees on 1/30/2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Committees Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
KY SB 135 2024-01-29 WATCH Provides for religious & conscientious vaccine exemptions for school, long-term care facility patients and employees, health facilities, & employees Status: Referred to the Senate Health Services Committee on 1/29/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health Services Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, with concerns
KY HB 229 2024-01-10 SUPPORT Requires labeling of gene & potential gene therapy products, requires informed consent for products that could infect or be absorbed into a person Status: Introduced and referred to House Committee on Committees on 1/10/2024

Action: Contact Committee on Committees Members, your Representative & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
KY HB 177 2024-01-08 SUPPORT Prohibits the state, a political subdivision of the state, or governmental entity from requiring or coercing a child to receive a COVID-19 vaccination Status: Referred to the House Committee on Committees on 1/8/2024

Action: Contact the House Committee on Committees Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
KY HB 163 2024-01-05 WATCH Requires donated blood testing for COVID-19 antibodies & spike protein, & blood donors to wait post COVID-19 vaccination & infection before donating Status: Referred to the House Committee on Committees on 1/5/2024

Action: Contact your House Committee on Committees Members, your House Representative, & Senator with your concerns
KY HB 41 2024-01-02 SUPPORT Prohibits immunization incentives to be issued or used by insurance companies, schools, state & local government, health facilities, & employers Status: Introduced & referred to the House Committee on Committees on 1/2/2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Committees Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
KY HB 48 2024-01-02 SUPPORT Prohibits a person, employer, entity, or health care provider from requiring or coercing medical treatment/vaccination, removes liability protections Status: Referred to House Committee on Committees on 1/2/2024

Action: Contact your House Committee on Committees Members, Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
LA HB 908 2024-05-23 SUPPORT Prohibits a teacher, school employee or administrator from discriminating against or distinguishing between students based on their vaccination status Status: Passed the full Senate by a vote of 25 Yeas, 7 Nays, on 5/23/2024; passed full House on 4/30/2024

Action: Contact Governor Jeff Landry at (225) 342-0991, ask to SIGN HB 908
LA HB 46 2024-05-23 SUPPORT Prohibits the requirement of receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of enrollment or attendance at any public or nonpublic school Status: Passed the full Senate by a vote of 26 Yeas, 9 Nays, on 5/23/2024; passed full House on 4/3/2024

Action: Contact Governor Jeff Landry at (225) 342-0991, ask to SIGN HB 46
LA HB 421 2024-05-23 WATCH Provides students with sickle cell disease management and treatment plan, amendment removed expansion of vaccine tracking system Status: Scheduled for concurrence in House on 5/28/2024 at 1PM in House Chamber; passed full Senate as amended on 5/20/2024; passed full House on 4/4/2024

Action: Contact your Representative, ask them to concur with Senate amendments that remove expansion of vaccine tracking system
LA SB 133 2024-05-21 SUPPORT Prohibits WHO, UN, WEF from having any power in LA, prohibits state or political sub. from enforcing/implementing rule, reg, tax, policy, or mandate Status: Enrolled on 5/21/2024; Senate concurred with House amendments by a vote of 37 Yeas, 0 Nays, on 5/20/2024

Action: Contact Governor Jeff Landry at (225) 342-0991, ask to SIGN SB 133
LA HR 214 2024-05-20 SUPPORT Requests the AG to investigate whether Pfizer, Moderna, J&J, & assoc. violated any laws in the production, distribution, or sale of COVID-19 vaccines Status: Scheduled for hearing in House Health & Welfare Committee on 5/21/2024 at 9:30AM in HCR 5

Action: Contact House Health & Welfare Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
LA HB 25 2024-05-03 SUPPORT Prohibits civil liability & state from denying business permits & professional licenses over refusal to mandate EUA vaccines Status: Scheduled for Senate Judiciary A Committee hearing on 5/7/2024 at 9AM; amended & passed full House by vote of 79 Yeas, 24 Nays, on 3/20/2024

Action: Contact Senate Judiciary A Committee Members & your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
LA HB 958 2024-04-23 SUPPORT Prohibits health coverage plan incentives & penalties intended to influence, persuade, or encourage health care providers to vaccinate Status: Failed to pass the House 3rd Reading by a vote of 34 Yeas, 62 Nays, 9 Absent, on 4/23/2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
LA HB 815 2024-04-19 SUPPORT Requires LA Dep't of Health to produce only advertisements & promotional materials that comply with provisions of proposed law & federal regulations Status: Scheduled for hearing in House Health & Welfare Committee on 4/24/2024 at 9:30AM in House Committee Room 5

Action: Contact House Health & Welfare Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
LA HB 711 2024-04-19 SUPPORT Requires healthcare providers obtain prior written informed consent from a parent or legal guardian prior to vaccinating a minor, licensing penalties Status: Scheduled for hearing in House Health & Welfare Committee on 4/24/2024 at 9:30AM in House Committee Room 5

Action: Contact House Health & Welfare Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
LA HB 288 2024-04-17 SUPPORT Requires that autopsy reports include vaccine records for all infants under the age of one year who die unexpectedly without explanation. Status: Failed to pass the House 3rd reading by a vote of 50 Yeas, 51 Nays, 4 Absent, on 4/17/2024

Action: Contact your Representative & your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
LA HB 822 2024-04-12 SUPPORT Requires blood donors to disclose if received COVID-19 or mRNA vaccine, blood to be clearly labeled, right to request non COVID-19 vaccinated blood Status: Scheduled for hearing in House Health & Welfare Committee on 4/16/2024 at 9:00AM in House Committee Room 5

Action: Contact House Health & Welfare Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
LA HB 866 2024-04-10 SUPPORT Prohibits employers, health care, or state from taking adverse actions against those refusing EUA/PREP ACT medical interventions, including vaccines Status: Scheduled for hearing in House Civil Law and Procedure Committee on 4/15/2024 at 9AM in HCR 4

Action: Contact House Civil Law and Procedure Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
LA HB 47 2024-04-08 SUPPORT Requires communication about vaccine requirements include exemption information, expands vaccine exemption to also apply to students attending school Status: Referred to Senate Education Committee on 4/8/2024; passed full House as amended on 4/3/2024

Action: Contact Senate Education Committee Members & your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
LA HB 809 2024-04-03 SUPPORT Prohibits the state from implementing or enforcing any CDC recommendations or mandates without passage by the legislature & governor’s signature Status: Referred to the House Health and Welfare Committee on 4/3/2024

Action: Contact the House Health and Welfare Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
LA HB 87 2024-03-18 SUPPORT Requires public & private employers & schools to be liable for injuries or damages caused to employees or students for COVID-19 vaccine mandates Status: Eligible for full House floor vote; passed by the House Civil Law and Procedure Committee with 10 Yeas, 2 Nayes on 3/18/2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
MA H.604 (HD 3251) 2023-07-26 OPPOSE Eliminates religious belief exemption for vaccines required for school, requires the department to publish exemption data Status: Heard in Joint Committee on Public Health on 7/26/2023, vote not yet taken

Action: Continue to contact Joint Committee on Public Health Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to OPPOSE, submit testimony
MA H.2151/S.1458 2023-07-26 OPPOSE Restricts Medical and Religious Exemptions, Expands Minor Consent, Expands Vaccine Tracking and Reporting Status: Heard in Joint Committee on Public Health on 7/26/2023, vote not yet taken

Action: Continue to contact Joint Committee on Public Health Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to OPPOSE, submit testimony
MA H.471 2023-07-26 OPPOSE Adds (HPV) human papilloma virus and hepatitis A vaccines to the list of vaccines required for school Status: Heard in Joint Committee on Public Health on 7/26/2023, vote not yet taken

Action: Continue to contact Joint Committee on Public Health Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to OPPOSE, submit testimony
MA H.582 2023-07-26 SUPPORT Removes ability of health dept. to deny vaccine medical exemptions, provides privacy protection, protects physicians writing medical exemptions Status: Heard in Joint Committee on Public Health on 7/26/2023, vote not yet taken

Action: Continue to contact Joint Committee on Public Health Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT, submit testimony
MA S.1391 (SD 2026) 2023-07-26 OPPOSE Eliminates religious belief exemption for vaccines required for school, requires the department to publish exemption data Status: Heard in Joint Committee on Public Health on 7/26/2023, vote not yet taken

Action: Continue to contact Joint Committee on Public Health Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to OPPOSE, submit testimony
MA H.734 (HD 2390) 2023-06-12 SUPPORT Prohibits commonwealth from requiring COVID-19 vaccination or requiring private business to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination Status: Heard in the Joint Committee on Emergency Preparedness and Management on 6/12/2023 but no available record of vote taken

Action: Continue to contact Joint Emergency Preparedness and Management Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
MA H.737 (HD 3358) 2023-06-12 SUPPORT Requires health care providers who administer vaccines to report adverse events to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System VAERS Status: Heard in the Joint Committee on Emergency Preparedness and Management on 6/12/2023 but no available record of vote taken

Action: Continue to contact Joint Committee on Emergency Preparedness and Management, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
MA HD 4175 2023-04-06 OPPOSE Provides state tax credit to individuals who submit proof of COVID-19 Vaccination with tax return Status: Introduced and referred to House Committee on Rules on 4/6/2023

Action: Contact House Committee on Rules members, your Representative & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
MA H.2669 2023-04-04 SUPPORT Prohibits requiring COVID vaccines in public accommodations & state from issuing vaccine passports or firing state employees who refuse COVID vaccines Status: Accompanied by study order H.4518 on 4/4/2024

Action: Contact Joint Committee on Public Service Members, your Representative and Senator with concerns None at this time
MD HB 76/SB 18 2024-04-25 OPPOSE Lowers age of children to whom pharmacists can order & administer vaccines and expands which vaccines they are authorized to administer to children Status: ENACTED HB 76 and SB 18 were approved by Governor Wes Moore on 3/25/2024, effective immediately, HB 76 is Chapter 231, SB 18 is Chapter 232

Action: NONE
ME HP 1474 2024-04-03 SUPPORT Orders the Joint Standing Committee on Health and Human Services to study the use of the V-safe program, including w/ regard to COVID-19 vaccines Status: Died, failed to pass the House by a vote of 58 Yeas and 80 Nays on 4/3/2024

Action: None at this time
ME LD 59 (HP 34) 2023-06-13 SUPPORT Prohibits including any COVID-19 vaccines on the list of vaccines available through the Universal Childhood Immunization Program Status: Died, failed to pass Senate floor, committee majority recommendation of Ought Not to Pass was accepted by vote of 20 Yeas, 13 Nays on 6/13/2023

Action: NONE
ME LD 51 (HP 26) 2023-05-09 SUPPORT Reinstates religious & philosophical belief exemptions to vaccines required for students & nursery school employees Status: Died, failed to pass Senate floor, committee majority recommendation of Ought Not to Pass was accepted by vote of 19 Yeas, 11 Nays on 5/9/2023

Action: NONE
MI SB 692 2024-02-13 SUPPORT Prohibits the adoption of a rule to require a medical examination, vaccine, or treatment of a child at a camp if parent has a religious objection Status: Referred to the Committee of the Whole (entire Senate body) on 2/13/2024

Action: Contact your Senator & House Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
MI HB 5259/SB 624 2023-10-26 OPPOSE Requires reporting of vaccine reactions with no penalty for not reporting to state opt-out tracking system & expands access to data Status: HB 5259 referred to House Government Operations Committee 10/26/2023, SB 624 referred to Senate Government Operations Committee on 10/26/2023

Action: Contact House and Senate Government Operations Committee Members, ask to OPPOSE
MI HB 4859 2023-06-27 SUPPORT Prohibits the CDC & WHO from having jurisdiction to implement rules, regulations or laws requiring vaccination in MI Status: Introduced, referred to House Committee on Health Policy on 6/27/2023

Action: Contact House Committee on Health Policy Members, your Representative & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
MI SB 307 2023-04-28 WATCH Prohibits COVID-19 vaccine mandates and passports with exceptions in appropriations to the Dept. of Education Status: Introduced and referred to the Senate Committee on Appropriations on 4/27/2023

Action: Contact Senate Committee on Appropriations Committee Members, your Senator and Representative, ask to SUPPORT
MI HB 4435 2023-04-19 OPPOSE Allows pharmacist to order vaccination and pharmacy technician to administer vaccinations without doctor's orders with NO age limit Status: Referred to House Committee on Health Policy on 4/19/2023

Action: Contact House Health Policy Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator ask to SUPPORT
MI HB 4316 2023-03-21 OPPOSE Authorizes pharmacist to order & administer vaccines without doctor's orders, & pharmacy technician to administer vaccines to those 2.5 years & older Status: Referred to House Committee on Health Policy on 3/21/2023

Action: Contact House Health Policy Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
MI HB 4218 2023-03-08 WATCH Prohibits state or employer immunization status or immunity passport discrimination, does not stop government or employer vaccine mandates Status: Referred to House Government Operations Committee on 3/8/2023

Action: Contact House Government Operations Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator with your concerns
MI HB 4079 2023-02-14 WATCH Prohibits health department from creating/enforcing rule to mandate Hepatitis B vaccination unless child has been screened/offered screening MTHFR Status: Referred to the House Health Policy Committee on 2/14/2023

Action: Contact House Health Policy Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator with your concerns
MN HF 367/SF 610 2024-03-25 OPPOSE Allows licensed child care centers & family care centers to deny immunization exemptions & refuse enrollment to non-immunized children & infants Status: HF 367 as amended is eligible for a House floor vote as of 3/25/2024|SF 610 laid over in S. Health & Human Services Comm on 2/15/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Representative & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
MN HF 5109/SF 3916 2024-03-21 SUPPORT Prohibits pharmacy chains w/ more than 75 pharmacies from establishing quotas for their pharmacy employees, including number of vaccines given Status: Referred to House Health Finance and Policy Committee on 3/21/2024 | SF 3916 referred to Senate Health and Human Services Committee on 2/19/2024

Action: Contact the House Hth. Finance & Policy Comm. Mems, the Senate Hth & Human Svcs. Comm. Mems., your Representative, & your Senator, ask to SUPPORT
MN HF 5131/SF 5213 2024-03-21 SUPPORT Requires Comr. of Health to include vaccines given in last 2 years on death cert., issue public report, conduct study, & initiate independent audit Status: HF 5131 referred to House Health Finance & Policy Committee on 3/21/2024 | SF 5213 referred to Senate Health & Human Services Committee on 3/25/2024

Action: Contact House Health Finance & Policy Committee, Senate Health & Human Services Committee, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
MN HF 1197/SF 1176 2024-03-10 OPPOSE Adds pharmacy technicians to who can administer vaccines and lowers age of recipient from six to 3 years old Status: HF 1197 scheduled House Health Finance & Policy Comm hearing 3/13 @8:30AM|SF 1176 scheduled Senate Health & Human Services Comm hearing 2/21 @8:30AM

Action: Contact House Health Finance & Policy Committee & Senate Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
MN HF 4257/SF 4246/SF 4692 2024-03-07 SUPPORT Limits power of gov & state director during an emergency to not infringe on state residents’ rights, part of Unilateral Emergency Powers Repeal Act Status: HF 4257 ref to State & Local Gov Finance and Policy Comm 2/26/24|SF 4246/SF 4692 ref to State & Local Gov & Veterans Comm 2/26/2024 & 3/7/2024

Action: Contact H State & Local Gov Finance & Policy Comm Members, S State & Local Gov & Veterans Comm Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
MN HF 885/SF 576 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Requires a parent to be present for a vaccine to be administered to a minor with exceptions in current state law Status: HF 885/SF 576 failed to be scheduled for committee hearings in chambers of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 3271/SF 3263 2023-05-22 WATCH Establishes patient bill of rights guaranteeing option of unvaccinated advocate, right to alternative treatments, but allows for staff vaccine mandate Status: HF 3271/SF 3263 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 1879/SF 1105 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Requires health care providers administering vaccines to disclose information to patients, report adverse reactions, obtain informed consent w/ form Status: HF 1879/SF 1105 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 954/SF 650 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Prohibits state agencies and local government from offering vaccine incentives to individuals or parent/guardian of a child Status: HF 954/SF 650 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 2545/SF 2384 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Prohibits the commissioner from rescinding any public assistance benefits due to their vaccination status for any vaccine Status: HF 2545/SF 2384 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 704/SF 1076 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Prohibits state agency or local government from forcing vaccination, testing, contact tracing, vaccine or immunity passports Status: HF 704/SF 1076 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 1896/SF 923 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Prohibits enforcement of government vaccine mandates, allows presence of natural antibodies as an alternative to vaccination Status: HF 1896/SF 923 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN 2540/SF 2638 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Prohibits the commissioner from requiring COVID vaccines for elementary or secondary school or child care Status: 2540/SF 2638 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 2720/SF 937 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Prohibit employers from requiring, coercing, or incentivizing public display of medical information, imposes civil & criminal penalties for violations Status: HF 2720/SF 937 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 680/SF 488 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Establishes vaccine recipient bill of rights including informed consent, freedom of choice without penalty, limits on experimental vaccines Status: HF 680/SF 488 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN SF 2278 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Requires written informed consent for vaccination, reporting adverse events to VAERS, & prohibits minor consent, health care provider retaliation Status: SF 2278 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 2799/SF 2579 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Establishes patient's right for support person; prohibits providers requiring vaccination for support person in required policies/procedures Status: HF 2799/SF 2579 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN SF 2277 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Requires written consent for vaccination, prohibits minor consent, prohibits gov't coercion/compulsion to vaccinate by withholding gov't assistance Status: SF 2277 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 1905/SF 938 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Prohibits any government enforcement of federal vaccine passports, creates cause of action for violations Status: HF 1905/SF 938 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN SF 2279 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Establishes it is an unfair discriminatory practice to discriminate against an individual for the individual's vaccine status Status: SF 2279 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 666/SF 512 2023-05-22 SUPPORT Establishes patient's right for support person; prohibits providers requiring vaccination for support person in required policies/procedures Status: HF 666/SF 512 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before session adjourned on 5/22/2023; carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
MN HF 2890/SF 2909 2023-05-19 OPPOSE Restricts statute of limitations for claims against health care provider for vaccination, other issues to 1 year post death during peacetime emergency Status: ENACTED, HF 2890 signed by Governor Tim Walz on 5/19/2023, Effective date 5/20/2023, Chapter number 52

Action: NONE
MO HB 1424 2024-05-17 WATCH Prohibits COVID vaccine mandate for schools to 12/31/2028, prohibits requiring COVID vaccine for public accommodations, employer mandate exemptions Status: Referred to the House General Laws Committee on 5/17/2024

Action: Contact House General Laws Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator with your concerns
MO HB 1526 2024-05-17 OPPOSE Prohibits state agencies requiring non-FDA approved/EUA vaccines; doesn't apply to health facility/secondary schools getting federal $ from C-19 shots Status: Referred to the House General Laws Committee on 5/17/2024

Action: Contact House General Laws Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
MO HB 2368 2024-05-17 OPPOSE Repeals 2022 HB 2331 & SB 710 which prohibited considering COVID-19 vaccination status in organ donor & recipient process, excluding lung transplants Status: Referred to the House General Laws Committee on 5/17/2024

Action: Contact House General Laws Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
MO HB 1790 2024-05-17 WATCH Establishes employer liability for damages and injuries to employees resulting from any immunization required as a condition of employment Status: Referred to the House General Laws Committee on 5/17/2024

Action: Contact House General Laws Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator with concerns
MO HB 2294 2024-05-17 SUPPORT Prohibits employer from discriminating against employee who didn’t receive or show proof of COVID-19 vaccination, establishes cause of action Status: Referred to the House General Laws Committee on 5/17/2024

Action: Contact House General Laws Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
MO HB 1698 2024-05-17 SUPPORT Protects rights of individuals to refuse health related counter measures including vaccination during statewide emergency, establishes cause of action Status: Referred to the House General Laws Committee on 5/17/2024

Action: Contact House General Laws Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
MO HB 2759/SB 1429 2024-03-07 SUPPORT Requires blood banks to test & label donated blood for COVID-19 vaccine or other mRNA, requires opportunity for recipient to refuse Status: HB 2759 referred to House Health & Mental Health Policy Committee on 2/29/2024 | SB 1429 referred to Senate Emerging Issues Committee on 3/7/2024

Action: Contact the House Health & Mental Health Policy Committee, Senate Emerging Issues Committee, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
MO SB 734 2024-03-07 SUPPORT Prohibits members of MO National Guard from being required to receive COVID-19 vaccine as a condition of service, part of larger military affairs bill Status: Eligible for Senate floor vote as of 3/7/2024

Action: Contact your Senator and Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
MO HB 1807 2024-03-06 SUPPORT Prohibits schools & higher ed institutions from mandating students/employees take COVID19 shots, tests, provides for up to $5,000 fines for violations Status: Voted Do Pass in House Special Committee on Public Policy on 3/6/2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
MO SB 952 2024-01-25 SUPPORT Prohibits gov’t & schools from infringing on right to reject med proc incl vaccines & health facilities from denying visitation based on vaccination Status: Referred to Senate Emerging Issues Committee on 1/25/2024

Action: Contact Senate Emerging Issues Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
MO SB 1002 2024-01-25 SUPPORT Prohibits public school district or charter school from requiring COVID-19 vaccines to attend school or wear facemask as alternative to vaccination Status: Referred to the Senate Select Committee on Empowering Missouri Parents and Children Committee on 1/25/2024

Action: Contact your Senate Select Committee on Empowering Missouri Parents and Children Comm. Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
MO SB 909 2024-01-25 SUPPORT Prohibits providing public funds to any health care facility that refuses to provide treatment or services based on an individual's vaccination status Status: Referred to the Senate Emerging Issues Committee on 1/25/2024

Action: Contact your Senate Emerging Issues Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
MO SB 1285 2024-01-25 SUPPORT Redefines prohibited misbranded foods to include foods w/ meat product derived from mRNA vaccinated animals unless labeled mRNA vaccinated, $1000 fine Status: Referred to the Senate Agriculture, Food Production, and Outdoor Resources Committee on 1/25/2024

Action: Contact Senate Agriculture, Food Production, and Outdoor Resources Committee Members, your Senator & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
MO SB 1215 2024-01-25 OPPOSE Allows dentists to prescribe & administers vaccines for diseases related to care within the practice of dentistry, for patients 7 years and older Status: Referred to Senate Governmental Accountability Committee on 1/25/2024

Action: Contact Senate Governmental Accountability Committee, your Senator, & Representative, ask to OPPOSE
MO SB 1085 2024-01-25 WATCH Prohibits COVID-19 vaccination or testing requirements for certain public or private entities, includes education or employment w/o exemptions Status: Referred to the Senate Emerging Issues Committee on 1/25/2024

Action: Contact Senate Emerging Issues Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative with your concerns
MO SJR 63 2024-01-25 SUPPORT Proposes constitutional amendment prohibiting government, including schools/colleges, from mandating medical procedures/treatments, including vaccines Status: Referred to the Senate Committee on Emerging Issues on 1/25/2024

Action: Contact Senate Committee on Emerging Issues Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
MO SB 902 2024-01-23 SUPPORT Protects parental rights, including exempting children from school immunizations, part of larger educational bill Status: Hearing held in Senate Education & Workforce Development Committee on 1/23/2024; no vote recorded

Action: Contact Senate Education & Workforce Development Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
MS HB 1605 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Prohibits a state/gov’t entity from substantially burdening a parent’s right to direct child’s health & other care or record access, w/ lmt exceptions Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Education Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: NONE
MS HB 1516 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Requires med. examiner/investigator to notify family of a deceased person if opinion is death was caused/related to COVID-19 vaccine, autopsy avail. Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Public Health & Human Services Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: NONE
MS SB 2920 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Standardizes and simplifies medical exemption form and process, prohibits discrimination based on vaccination status Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Public Health & Welfare Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: None at this time
MS HB 736 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Prohibits the manufacture, sale, delivery, holding, or offering for sale food containing mRNA vaccine or vaccine material unless conspicuously labeled Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in the House Public Health & Human Services Committee before the deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: NONE
MS SB 2167 2024-03-05 OPPOSE Authorizes pharmacists to order vaccines without a prescription or standing order & delegate their administration to interns or pharmacy technicians Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: None at this time
MS HB 1512 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Prohibits health insurers from denying a claim solely because a person is not vaccinated with State Health Officer recommended/required vaccine Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Public Health or Human Services Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: None at this time
MS HB 1510 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Adds written religious exemption option to school vaccine attendance requirements without the exceptions attached to existing medical exemptions Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Public Health & Human Services Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: NONE
MS SB 2154 2024-03-05 WATCH Adds religious exemption & associated form to school vaccine mandate laws, but allows exempted student to be excluded from school during outbreak Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Public Health & Welfare Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: None at this time
MS HB 714 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Prohibits administration of mRNA vaccine to livestock, agricultural specimen, poultry, produce, or other food intended for human consumption Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for a hearing in House Public Health and Human Services Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: NONE
MS HB 1559 2024-03-05 WATCH Excludes recommended or optional vaccines as part of reasonably necessary medical care for children, part of large bill amending Youth Court Law Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Judiciary A Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: NONE
MS SB 2061 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Prohibits a person receiving an anatomical gift or organ transplant from being discriminated against based on the person’s COVID-19 vaccination status Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Public Health & Welfare Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: None at this time
MS HB 1506 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Expands med. exemption to vaccination to include physicians in any state, adds religious and philosophical exemptions w/ exceptions & forms Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Public Health & Human Services Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: NONE
MS HB 840 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Prohibits all adult vaccine mandates for any vaccine, except where required by educational institutions Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Public Health and Human Services Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: None at this time
MS HB 1515 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Requires the AG to investigate pharma’s dev/promo/dist of COVID-19 vaccines claimed to prevent infection/transmission; specifies criminal offenses Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Judiciary A Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: NONE
MS HB 643 2024-03-05 SUPPORT Prohibits the manufacture, sale, delivery, holding, or offering for sale of food containing mRNA vaccine or material unless conspicuously labeled Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Public Health and Human Services Committee before deadline of 3/5/2024

Action: None at this time
NC HB 980 2024-05-06 SUPPORT Prohibits a health care practitioner from limiting/restricting a parent’s access to their child’s paper or electronic medical record, w/ exceptions Status: Referred to the House Health Committee on 5/6/2024

Action: Contact House Health Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NC HB 259 2023-10-03 WATCH Prohibits COVID-19 vaccine mandates and discrimination by state/local government entities & schools with exceptions as part of an appropriations bill Status: ENACTED without Governor Roy Cooper's signature, Effective dates vary by section

Action: NONE
NC SB 49 2023-08-16 SUPPORT Enacts the Parents' Bill of Rights, includes the right of parents to exempt their children from vaccine requirements as allowed in state law Status: ENACTED, Governor Roy Cooper's veto overridden & effective on 8/16/2023; Ch. SL 2023-106

Action: NONE
NC HB 808/SB 639 2023-08-16 WATCH Substituted, no longer related to minor consent to vaccination; Gender Transition/Minors Status: HB 808 ENACTED, Governor Roy Cooper's veto overridden & effective 8/16/2023; Ch. SL 2023-111

Action: NONE
NC HB 586 / SB 644 2023-05-03 SUPPORT Prohibits discrimination in organ donation and transplants based on COVID-19 vaccination status Status: HB 586 transferred to Senate on 5/3/2023; passed House 5/2/2023|SB 644 referred to Senate Committee Rules & Operations of Senate 4/6/2023

Action: Contact your Senator, ask to SUPPORT
NC HB 621 2023-05-02 WATCH Prohibits the Commission of Health from adding additional vaccines required for school unless they have been licensed for at least 3 years Status: Received in Senate; passed 2nd & 3rd House reading by vote of 76 Ayes, 40 Noes on 5/2/2023

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator with concerns
NC HB 98/SB 121 2023-04-26 WATCH Prohibits state/ local governments from discriminating based on COVID-19 vaccination status & COVID vaccine requirements for school with exceptions Status: HB 98 was received in the Senate on 4/27/2023; HB 98 passed the House on 4/26/2023

Action: Contact your Senator with concerns
NC HB 712 2023-04-19 OPPOSE Expands authorization of pharmacists, pharmacy interns, pharmacy technicians to administer vaccines to adults, children 7 years & up, & do lab tests Status: Referred to the House Committee on Health on 4/19/2023

Action: Contact House Committee on Health Members, your Representative, and Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NC HB 654 2023-04-18 OPPOSE Expands authorization of pharmacists to order and administer vaccines to children 3 years & older, increases vaccines administered by pharmacy staff Status: Referred to House Committee on Health on 4/18/2023

Action: Contact House Committee on Health Members, your Representative, and Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NC HB 567/SB 375 2023-04-05 SUPPORT Prohibits health care providers from denying emergency treatment due to vaccination status; establishes criminal penalties & creates cause of action Status: HB 567 referred to House Health Committee on 4/5/2023 | SB 375 referred to Senate Rules and Operations Committee on 3/28/2023

Action: Contact House Health Committee Members, Senate Rules & Operations Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
NC SB 560 2023-04-05 OPPOSE Prohibits gender transition procedures to minors by providers unless specific requirements are met, enables minor consent for STD vaccines Status: Referred to Senate Rules and Operations Committee on 4/5/2023

Action: Contact Senate Rules and Operations Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative to OPPOSE
NC HB 222 2023-04-03 SUPPORT Prohibits the Commission and State & local public health agencies & officials from requiring any child or student be vaccinated against COVID-19 Status: Referred to the House Committee on Health and if favorable, the House Education - K-12 and if favorable, Rules, Calendar, and Operations of the House

Action: Contact House Committee on Health Members, your Representative and Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NE LB 202 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Allows pharmacy technicians to administer vaccines for ages three and up Status: Carried over to 2024, failed to pass Health & Human Services Committee before session ended on 6/1/2023

Action: Contact your Senator to OPPOSE
NE LB 642 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Requires Adjutant General to provide Members of the National Guard who were discharged for refusing COVID vaccines to be invited to reenlist Status: Carried over to 2024, failed to pass Government, Military & Veterans Affairs Committee before session ended on 6/1/2023

Action: Contact your Senator to SUPPORT
NE LB 374 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Establishes a parent's right to make vaccination and immunization decisions as part of a broad parental right's bill Status: Carried over to 2024, failed to pass Education Committee before session ended on 6/1/2023

Action: Contact your Senator to SUPPORT
NE LB 421 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Requires local health directors to issue & enforce directed health measures, that could include vaccination, adopted by city councils/county boards Status: Carried over to 2024, failed to pass Health & Human Services Committee before session ended on 6/1/2023

Action: Contact your Senator to OPPOSE
NH SB 440 2024-05-23 OPPOSE Authorizes Optometrists to administer FDA-approved influenza, COVID-19, and shingles vaccines to adults, part of larger optometry bill Status: Laid on the table on the House floor by a division vote of 224-137 on 5/23/2024; passed full Senate on 2/8/2024

Action: Contact your Representative, ask them to OPPOSE
NH SB 402 2024-05-23 OPPOSE Allows a pharmacist, pharmacy intern, or pharmacy technician to administer vaccines licensed by the FDA & recommended by ACIP to individuals 18 & up Status: Passed full House with amendment (2024-1810h) by division vote of 231-135 on 5/23/2024; passed full Senate on 3/7/2024

Action: Contact your Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NH HB 1365 2024-05-15 OPPOSE Allows for substitution by a pharmacist of an interchangeable biological product, including vaccines, for another FDA approved biological product Status: Recommended Ought to Pass in Senate Health & Human Services Committee by vote of 3-2 on 5/15/2024; passed full House as amended on 3/28/2024

Action: Contact your Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NH HB 1213 2024-05-02 SUPPORT Removes requirement for all child care agencies to enforce state vaccine mandates, keep vaccine records, & submit vaccine report for enrolled children Status: Passed House by Voice Vote on 3/7/2024; Referred to Interim Study by Senate Health & Human Services Committee on 4/25/2024, & full Senate on 5/2/2024

Action: None at this time
NH HB 1156 2024-03-14 SUPPORT Prohibits jurisdiction of CDC & WHO over state entities, no enforcing or collaborating with their mandates for vaccines, masking, or testing Status: Laid on the table in the House by a vote of 186-185 on 3/14/2024

Action: Contact your Representative & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NH HB 1661 2024-02-22 SUPPORT Requires death records to include certain immunization data received by the decedent, requires DOH to issue regular reports on deaths/immunizations Status: Referred to interim study, committee report adopted on House floor by voice vote on 2/22/2024

Action: None at this time
NH HB 1572 2024-02-22 SUPPORT Prohibits using mRNA technology including vaccines in food, requires labeling of lab grown meat and food containing insects, penalties for violations Status: Died, committee report of Inexpedient to Legislate adopted on House floor by voice vote on 2/22/2024

Action: NONE
NH SB 559 2024-02-15 OPPOSE Changes definition of vaccine to remove "for the purpose of producing immunity" Status: Eligible for Senate floor vote as of 2/15/2024; recommended Ought to Pass in the Senate Health & Human Services Committee by vote of 4-1 on 2/8/2024

Action: Contact your Senator & Representative, ask them to OPPOSE
NJ A1899/S1981 2024-05-09 OPPOSE Expands authority of pharmacy technicians in administering drugs & vaccines, permits pharmacy staff to give COVID-19 shots to children 5 yrs or older Status: A1899 scheduled for Assembly Health Comm hearing 5/13/2024 @10AM|S1981 referred to Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Comm on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee & Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NJ A4109 2024-04-04 OPPOSE Permits paramedics to administer vaccines during outbreaks of communicable diseases Status: Referred to the Assembly Regulated Professions Committee on 4/4/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Regulated Professions Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NJ A920/S354 2024-03-14 OPPOSE Allows Optometrists to administer COVID, Influenza, and Varicella-zoster virus vaccines to adults, requires vaccine tracking to state registry Status: A920 amended in Assembly Regulated Professions Committee by vote of 6 Yes, 0 No on 3/14/2024|S354 referred to Senate Commerce Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact your Assemblymember & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NJ A3835/S454 2024-02-22 WATCH Prohibits COVID-19 vaccine mandates and entities requesting or requiring disclosure of COVID-19 vaccination status, creates cause of action Status: Referred to Asm. Community Devel. and Women's Affairs Comm. on 2/22/2024 |Referred to Senate Health Human Svs. & Senior Citizens Comm. on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Asm. Community Devel. & Women's Affairs Comm. Memb., Sen. Hlth. Hum. Svs. & Sen. Cit. Comm. Memb., your Asblymn, & your Sen. with concerns
NJ A3827/S1359 2024-02-22 SUPPORT Prohibits institutions of higher education from requiring students to receive COVID-19 vaccination Status: A3827 referred to Assembly Higher Education Committee on 2/22/2024 | S1359 referred to Senate Higher Education Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Higher Education Committee Members, Senate Higher Education Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A3392/S962 2024-02-01 SUPPORT Prohibits Commissioner of Health and State entities from requiring COVID Vaccines for public primary & secondary school students Status: A3392 referred to the Assembly Health Comm on 2/1/2024 | S962 referred to the Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Comm on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Comm Membrs, Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Comm Membrs, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A3375 2024-02-01 WATCH Prohibits pregnant women from being required to provide proof of COVID vaccination, prohibits discrimination Status: Referred to Assembly Community Development and Women's Affairs Committee on 2/1/2024

Action: Contact the Assembly Community Development and Women's Affairs Committee Members, your Assemblyman, & your Senator, with your concerns
NJ A1864 2024-01-09 OPPOSE Requires public & private higher education institution students, staff, & others take COVID-19 vaccine, only religious & medical exemptions available Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact the Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblyman & your Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NJ S384 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Makes state liable for vaccine injuries caused by vaccines mandated for child care, preschool, school or institutions of higher education Status: Referred to the Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A2252 2024-01-09 OPPOSE Establishes NJ COVID-19 Vaccine Outreach Commission to push COVID-19 vaccination with nine-million-dollar appropriation Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NJ A1507/S1693 2024-01-09 WATCH Prohibits government & schools from mandating COVID Vaccines, health care worker mandates allowed with only current medical/religious exemptions Status: A1507 referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024|S1693 referred to Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator with your concerns
NJ A780/S380 2024-01-09 WATCH Requires entities to accept confirmation of prior COVID-19 infection or protective immune response against COVID-19 when vaccination proof is required Status: A780 referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024|S380 referred to Senate Health, Human Serv, and Sr Citizen Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Comm Members, Senate Health, Human Serv, and Senior Citizen Comm Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator with your concerns
NJ S1705 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Prohibits childhood school COVID-19 or HPV vaccine mandates or status inquiry by Commissioner, Governor, State or local government Status: Referred to the Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ S887 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Prohibits reporting children's medical information, including immunization info to state vaccine registry, without written consent of parent/guardian Status: Referred to the Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A2606/S1831 2024-01-09 OPPOSE Requires metrics for assessing nursing home operation to include number of residents vaccinated against SARS CoV2 and annual influenza virus Status: A2606 referred to the Assembly Aging & Human Services Comm on 1/9/2024|S1831 referred to the Senate Health, Human Services & Sr Citzn Comm on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assm Aging & Human Srvc Comm Membrs, Senate Health, Human Srvc, & Sr Citizens Comm Membrs, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NJ AR 30 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Urges U.S. President and Congress to cease funding gain-of-function research Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A1307 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Enacts the Informed Consent for Vaccination Act; requires vaccine administrators provide certain information and obtain signed consent Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ AR 29 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Urges the U.S. President to withdraw the United States from the World Health Organization (WHO) Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A624/S657 2024-01-09 WATCH Establishes the Children's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System Status: A624 referred to the Assembly Health Comm on 1/9/2024 | S657 referred to the Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Comm on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator with your concerns
NJ A710 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Prohibits the state or political subdivision from requiring a private business to confirm receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine for an individual to enter Status: Referred to the Assembly Commerce, Economic Development, and Agriculture Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Commerce, Economic Development, and Agriculture Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ S2112 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Prohibits teaching staff from inputting student or student’s family vaccine info into a 3rd-party app managed by entity engaged in partisan politics Status: Referred to the Senate Education Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Senate Education Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A1523 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Prohibits the automatic registration in New Jersey Immunization Information System & requires opt-in Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblyman, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A1823 2024-01-09 OPPOSE Requires annual flu vaccine for public and private K-12 school students, preschools, child care centers, & institutions of higher education Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NJ S377 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Requires vaccine information be given to parents & patients before vaccination, prohibits providers from refusing care based on vaccination refusal Status: Referred to the Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A1520 2024-01-09 WATCH Prohibits public institutions of higher education to require COVID-19/monkeypox vaccinations for students with no in-person presence on campus Status: Referred to the Assembly Higher Education Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Higher Education Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator with your concerns
NJ A1852 2024-01-09 OPPOSE Requires all individuals be enrolled in the vaccine registry/tracking system when vaccinated Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact your Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NJ A1506 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Prohibits a government entity or school from requiring flu vaccines for persons 18 and under Status: Referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ S1956 2024-01-09 OPPOSE Requires all individuals be enrolled in the vaccine registry/tracking system when vaccinated, forced tracking during an outbreak Status: Referred to the Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to OPPOSE
NJ S379 2024-01-09 WATCH Establishes Children’s Vaccination Bill of Rights; protections for children including informed consent, disclosure for safety & injury compensation Status: Referred to the Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember with your concerns
NJ S2114 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Allows individuals fired or who voluntarily quit because of EO 283 to be eligible for unemployment Status: Referred to Senate Labor Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Senate Labor Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A531 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Prohibits infringement of right of a parent to direct their child’s health care, requires school district to involve parents in right to exempt child Status: Referred to the Assembly Education Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact the Assembly Education Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ S678 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Requires certain care facilities to establish visitation policies which include not asking visitors to disclose their vaccination status Status: Referred to the Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health, Human Services, and Senior Citizens Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to SUPPORT
NJ A1812 2024-01-09 OPPOSE Eliminates religious belief exemptions in NJ for children in schools and childcare centers Status: Introduced and referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NJ A625/S656 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Requires identification and review of deaths/near deaths happening after vaccination Status: A625 referred to Assem. Children, Families, & Food Security Comm| S656 referred to Senate Health, Human Services, & Senior Citizens Comm; on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact Assem Child, Fam, & Food Sec Comm Members, Sen. Hlth, Human Serv, & Sen. Cit Comm Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
NM HB 296 2024-02-15 SUPPORT Prohibits a school district from acting as an agent for the purpose of providing parental consent to vaccination as part of parental rights bill Status: Died, failed to move out of House Rules and Order of Business Committee by the end of session on 2/15/2024

Action: NONE
NY A8281 2024-05-21 OPPOSE Requires non-citizens to get up to 16 vaccines, including COVID-19, & undergo health screenings for communicable diseases to receive state services Status: Held for consideration in Assembly Social Services Committee on 5/21/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Social Services Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NY A9196/S7466A 2024-05-16 SUPPORT Requires reinstatement of any officer or employee of New York City or agency who was dismissed from employment due to refusal of the COVID-19 vaccine Status: A9196A amended & recommitted to Assembly Governmental Employees Comm on 5/16/2024 | S7466B amended & recommitted to Senate Cities 1 Comm on 5/162024

Action: Contact Assembly Governmental Employees Committee Members, Senate Cities 1 Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to SUPPORT
NY A7855/S7356 2024-05-08 OPPOSE Permits dentists to administer influenza & COVID vaccinations & vaccinations related to a declared public health emergency Status: A7855 referred to Assembly Higher Education Comm on 1/3/2024|S7356 is eligible for a Senate floor vote as of 5/8/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Higher Education Committee Members, your Assemblymember, and Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NY A7857/S7355 2024-05-08 OPPOSE Permits dentists to administer vaccinations against human papillomavirus Status: A7857 referred to Assembly Higher Education Comm on 1/3/2024|S7355 is eligible for a Senate floor vote as of 5/8/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Higher Education Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NY J2317 2024-05-07 OPPOSE Establishes HIV Vaccine Awareness Day on May 18, 2024 Status: Adopted in the Senate on 5/7/2024

Action: None at this time
NY A9802 2024-04-09 WATCH Allows medical assistants to administer vaccines under the supervision of nurse practitioner or physician Status: Referred to the Assembly Higher Education Committee on 4/9/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Higher Education Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator with your concerns
NY A9440/S8417 2024-03-14 OPPOSE Requires college students to get Hepatitis B vaccines Status: A9440 referred to Assembly Health Committee on 3/14/2024|S8417 referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/29/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee and Senate Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NY S8430 2024-01-29 OPPOSE Adds Rotavirus vaccine to those required for school & day care attendance & administered in a manner approved by department considering age of child Status: Referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/29/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to OPPOSE
NY A6761/S8352 2024-01-19 OPPOSE Removes parental rights for medical/vaccination decisions, allows minors to choose w/o parental knowledge or consent, requires insurance coverage Status: A6761 referred to the Assembly Committee on Health on 1/3/2024 | S8352 referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/19/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, Senate Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, and Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NY A837A/S1946A 2024-01-16 OPPOSE Requires reporting number of school vaccine exemptions to Health Department & posting online Status: A837A amended in Assembly on 1/8/2024 | S1946A amended in Senate Health Committee on 1/16/2024; amendment changes proposed effective date to 1/1/2025

Action: Contact Senate Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE A837A/S1946A
NY A2125/S8113 2024-01-08 OPPOSE Prohibits any organization or entity from permitting any vaccine exemption except medical, nullifies existing non-medical exemptions Status: A2125 referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024 | S8113 referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/8/2024

Action: Contact Assembly & Senate Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NY A8002 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Allows home schooled students to attend career education classes, even without meeting immunization requirements Status: Referred to the Assembly Education Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Education Committee Members, your Assemblymember & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
NY A3997/S1636 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Prohibits mandatory vaccination for COVID Status: A3997 was referred to the Assembly Committee on Health 1/3/2024| S1636 referred Senate Committee on Health 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Members of Senate & Assembly Committees on Health & your legislators, ask them to SUPPORT S1636 / A3997
NY A2189/S5199 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Prohibits discrimination against vaccinated persons; excludes unvaccinated from protections Status: A2189 referred to Assembly Governmental Operations Committee 1/3/2024 | S5199 referred to Sen. Investigations & Gov. Operations Comm. 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Governmental Operations & Senate Investigations & Government Operations Committee Members, & your legislators, ask to OPPOSE
NY A6041 2024-01-03 WATCH Amends current law to allow school admission for children whose parent/guardian declines immunization, requires reporting to schools & Health Depts Status: Referred to the Assembly Committee on Health on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
NY A6619/S5051 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Prohibits mandatory immunization against the coronavirus for schools, travel, public building entry, employment, or receiving government services Status: A6619 referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024 | S5051 Referred to the Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Senate and Assembly Health Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to OPPOSE
NY S919 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Authorizes certain emergency medical technicians & paramedics to administer influenza and COVID-19 vaccines without patient-specific orders Status: Referred to the Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask to OPPOSE
NY A2186/S2726 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Mandates certain vaccines on children's camp attendees, with medical exemptions Status: A2186 was referred to Assembly Committee on Health on 1/3/2024 | S2726 was referred to Senate Committee on Health on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Committee on Health Members, your Assemblyman, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NY A1102/S7168 2024-01-03 WATCH Requires use of a standard medical exemption form for school & includes NP and PA as those who can sign Status: A1102 was referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024 | S7168 was referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: NONE
NY A9226/S5045 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Prohibits mandatory COVID-19 vaccination for minors, incapacitated persons, vaccine/immunity passports, requires distribution of vaccine information Status: A9226 referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 2/16/2024 | S5045 referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Comm Members, Senate Public Health Comm Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask to SUPPORT
NY A1736/S3373 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Requires immunization information systems to record data on the number of medical vaccine exemptions reported by each health care provider Status: A1736 referred to Assembly Committee on Health on 1/3/2024 |S3373 referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly and Senate Committee on Health Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NY A6621/S1484 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Removes private and parochial schools and daycare centers from the immunization requirements currently in state law Status: A6621 referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024 | S1484 referred to Senate Judiciary Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Senate Judiciary Committee & Assembly Health Members, your Senator and Assembly Member, ask to SUPPORT
NY A1811/ S1945 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Mandates flu vaccines for children in child care and school Status: A1811 was referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024 | S1945 was referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact members of the House and Senate Health Committees, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NY A4324 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Requires employees at children's overnight and summer camps to receive vaccines, religious exemptions for employees allowed Status: Referred to the Assembly Committee on Health on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Committee on Health members, your Assembly Member, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NY A2905 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Requires NY State Department of Health to approve children's medical vaccine exemptions issued by state licensed physicians Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Committee on Health Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NY S1264 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Prohibits a government entity from requiring individuals to receive a COVID-19 vaccine Status: Referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
NY A6451/S4316 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Establishes claim for strict liability against state for injuries caused by immunizations mandated by sate law, to be heard in court of claims Status: A6451 referred to Assembly Judiciary Committee on 1/3/2024 | S4316 referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Judiciary Committee Members, Senate Health Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
NY A8409/S1947 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Allows pharmacists to administer influenza immunizations to children 9 years and older Status: A8409 referred to Assembly Committee on Higher Education on 1/3/2024| S1947 referred to Senate Higher Education Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Higher Education & Senate Higher Education Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask to OPPOSE
NY A4900 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Requires health care providers to give patients vaccine info 48 hours prior to immunization, includes ingredients, potential side effects & reporting Status: Referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
NY A6454 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Enacts vaccine bill of rights, prohibits mandatory COVID19 vaccination for work, education, requires informed consent, limits employer civil liability Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
NY A4108 2024-01-03 WATCH Prohibits COVID-19 vaccination, conditional on completion of Department of Health risk/benefit study Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee members, your Assemblymember, and Senator with concerns and suggested amendment
NY A5027/S642 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Prohibits selling or transporting eggs from unvaccinated poultry with few exceptions for pasteurization or research, imposes criminal penalties Status: A5027 referred to Assembly Agriculture Committee on 1/3/2024| S642 referred to Senate Agriculture Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly and Senate Agriculture Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NY S6103 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Allows health care practitioners to vaccinate minors 14 years and older without parental knowledge or consent Status: Referred to the Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health Committee Members, your Senator, and Assemblymember, ask them to OPPOSE
NY S6119 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Prohibits administrative agencies from requiring COVID-19 vaccine; codifies prohibition of COVID-19 vaccine mandates unless legislated Status: Referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask to SUPPORT
NY A2760/S3493 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Allows for employees who experienced termination due to refusing a coronavirus vaccine to be eligible for unemployment insurance Status: A2760 was referred to Assembly Labor Committee on 1/3/2024 | S3493 was referred to Senate Labor Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly & Senate Labor Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
NY A2130 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Requires the state to establish a vaccine awareness campaign and work with a contractor to promote and maintain it Status: Referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee Members, your Assemblymember, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
NY S7749 2024-01-03 SUPPORT Permits a surrogate to make their own health & behavioral decisions incl. whether to get a COVID-19 or other vaccines, part of larger surrogacy bill Status: Referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact the Senate Judiciary Committee Members, your Senator, & your Assemblymember, ask them to SUPPORT
NY A4460/S5715 2024-01-03 WATCH Requires parent/guardian to be physically present when any immunization is administered to child under 18 yrs, exceptions for runaways, homeless, etc. Status: A4460 referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024 | S5715 referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly Health Committee, Assembly Health Committee, your Assembly Member, & Senator with your concerns
NY A276B/S762A 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Allows minors to receive preventative treatment for STDs including vaccination without parental knowledge or consent Status: A276B referred to Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024| S762A referred to Senate Health Committee 1/3/2024

Action: Contact your Assembly & Senate Health Committee Members, Assemblymember and Senator, ask them to OPPOSE A276B / S762A
NY A6676/S118 2024-01-03 WATCH Restores religious belief exemptions for vaccines required for school, requires reporting of the parent by health care provider Status: A6676 referred to the Assembly Health Committee on 1/3/2024 | S118 referred to the Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Assembly and Senate Health Committee Members, your Senator and Assembly Member with concerns
NY A7154/S1531 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Requires vaccine tracking for immunizations given to adults 19+ with assumed consent unless person objects, current law requires consent for tracking Status: A7154 is scheduled for 3rd Reading in Assembly on Monday 1/8/2024 | S1531 referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health Committee Members, your Assembly Member, & Senator, ask to OPPOSE A7154/S1531
NY A2143/S624 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Mandates COVID-19 vaccines for students attending colleges and universities in New York Status: A2143 died, enacting clause was stricken on 5/11/2023 |S624 referred to Senate Health Committee on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health Committees Members & your Senator, ask to OPPOSE
NY A6594/S4783 2024-01-03 OPPOSE Expands the vaccine tracking system to include diagnosis of asthma & inhaler prescriptions Status: A6594 was referred to Assembly Committee on Health 1/3/2024 | S4783 was referred to the Senate Committee on Health on 1/3/2024

Action: Contact Senate and Assembly Health Committee Members, your Senator, & Assemblymember, ask them to OPPOSE
NY A2135 2023-07-24 OPPOSE Requires the commissioner of health to provide immunization information to all licensed health care practitioners who treat children Status: Died, Enacting clause was stricken on 7/24/2023

Action: NONE
OH HB 73 2024-05-08 SUPPORT Protects medical free speech for health care providers & prohibits WHO jurisdiction in the state Status: Substituted in the Senate Health Committee on 5/8/2024; passed House by vote of 75 Yeas, 16 Nays, on 6/21/2023

Action: Contact Senate Health Committee Members and your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
OH HB 8 2024-04-23 SUPPORT Requires all public schools to notify parents that they have the option to withhold consent or decline any healthcare service offered at the school Status: Hearing held in the Senate Education Committee on Tuesday, 4/23/2024, no vote taken

Action: Contact the Senate Education Committee Members and your Senator, ask to SUPPORT
OH SB 196 2024-04-19 SUPPORT Increases categories of medical professionals who can determine a flu vaccine is medically inappropriate for residents in residential care facilities Status: Scheduled for 2nd Senate Health Committee hearing (proponent) on 4/24/2024 at 9:30AM in South Hearing Room

Action: Contact Senate Health Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
OH SB 144 2024-04-15 OPPOSE Authorizes pharmacy interns & technicians to give vaccines, lowers age to 5 years for flu & COVID shots from pharmacists, interns, & technicians Status: Scheduled for 2nd House Health Provider Services Committee hearing (proponent) on 4/16/2024 at 3:00PM in Room 017; passed full Senate on 12/6/2023

Action: Contact House Health Provider Services Committee Members & your Representative, ask them to OPPOSE
OH HB 319 2024-04-05 SUPPORT Prohibit discrimination for the refusal of medical interventions including vaccines for reasons of conscience, including religious convictions Status: Scheduled for an introductory hearing in House Health Provider Services Committee on 4/9/2024 at 3:00 PM in Room 017

Action: Contact House Health Provider Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
OH HB 136 2024-03-27 WATCH Prohibits pharmacy technicians and interns from administering vaccines at remote pharmacists if a supervising pharmacist is not present Status: Scheduled for 4th House Health Provider Services Committee hearing (Prop/Opp/IP) on 4/2/2024 at 1:30PM in Room 017

Action: Contact House Health Provider Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator with concerns
OH SB 80 2023-03-08 SUPPORT Requires the Dept. of Health to request proposals to conduct research on COVID-19 and myocarditis, make reports to the general assembly Status: Referred to the Senate Health Committee on 3/8/2023

Action: Contact Senate Health Committee Members, your Senator and Representative, ask to SUPPORT
OK SB 426 2024-05-16 SUPPORT Prohibits World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations (UN), World Economic Forum (WEF) from having jurisdiction in OK incl. vaccines, tests, data Status: Conference Committee called to resolve differences after Senate rejected House Amendments on 5/14/2024

Action: Contact Conference Committee members and your Senator, ask them to concur with House amendments to prohibit WHO, UN, & WEF jurisdiction in OK
OK HR 1042 2024-04-25 SUPPORT Prohibits World Health Organization (WHO), United Nations (UN), World Economic Forum (WEF) from having jurisdiction for vaccines, tests, masks, orders Status: Enrolled on 4/25/2024; adopted by the House on 4/24/2024

Action: NONE
OK HB 3249 2024-03-19 SUPPORT Expands childhood vaccine exemptions including adding a conscientious exemption Status: Referred to the Senate Health & Human Services Committee on 3/19/2024; passed full House on 3/12/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health & Human Services Committee Members & your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
OK HB 3250 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Requires a school district’s board to adopt a policy w/ procedures to inform parents of right to vaccine exemptions, part of parental rights bill Status: Referred to House Common Education Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact the House Common Education Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
OK SB 1679 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Prohibits gov’t from subverting constitutional rights of state residents during emergency, including requiring or coercing a vaccine or med treatment Status: Referred to Senate Judiciary Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact Senate Judiciary Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
OK SB 1975 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Prohibits forced medical procedures including a vaccine and discrimination based on refusal, part of Citizen’s Bill of Rights Status: Referred to Senate General Government Committee on 1/6/2024

Action: Contact Senate General Government Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
OK SB 1486 2024-02-06 OPPOSE Requires the state DOH to publicize all vaccine records & other stored vaccine data, deidentified & in a manner determined by Commissioner of Health Status: Referred to the Senate Health & Human Services Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact the Senate Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Senator, & your Representative, ask them to OPPOSE
OK HB 3555 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Prohibits employer COVID-19 vaccine mandates & adverse action for refusal; establishes administrative penalties Status: Referred to the House Judiciary Civil Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact House Judiciary Civil Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
OK HB 3111 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Prohibits employers from mandating COVID-19 vaccine or taking an adverse action against an employee, contractor, or applicant for refusing to take it Status: Referred the Senate Civil Judiciary Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact the Senate Civil Judiciary Committee Members, your Representative, & your Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
OK SB 1978 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Prohibits employer COVID-19 vaccine mandates & COVID-19 vaccine status discrimination, & establishes cause of action and penalties for violations Status: Referred to the Senate Business and Commerce Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact Senate Business and Commerce Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
OK SB 1776 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Requires practitioner to inform patient about vaccine ingredients & obtain informed consent prior to administrating a vaccine, includes penalties Status: Referred to the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health and Human Services Committee Members, your Senator, & House Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
OK SB 1954 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Prohibits employer COVID-19 vaccine mandates & adverse action for refusal; establishes administrative penalties Status: Referred to the Senate Business and Commerce Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact Senate Business and Commerce Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
OK HB 2963 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Changes exemption process for school immunizations & requires parents be notified, ensures exempted children are not tracked by Health Department Status: Referred to the House Public Health Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact House Public Health Committe Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
OK SB 1950 2024-02-06 SUPPORT Prohibits a state agency or political subdivision from requiring facemasks, vaccines, or closure of a business or school to prevent spread of COVID-19 Status: Referred to Senate General Government Committee on 2/6/2024

Action: Contact Senate General Government Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
OK SB 994 2023-05-26 WATCH Prohibits vaccination, injections, or medications as a condition of employment Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health and Human Services Committee, session adjourned 5/26/2023; bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate Health and Human Services Committee Members, your Senator and Representative, with your concerns
OK SB 115 2023-05-26 WATCH Prohibits employer discrimination based on "disclosure of medical privacy," requires certification of disclosure exemption for COVID-19 vaccine Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Business and Commerce Committee, session adjourned 5/26/2023; bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate Business and Commerce Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative with your concerns
OK SB 894 2023-05-26 SUPPORT Prohibits state entities from denying gov't services or entrance in gov't buildings based solely on immunization status or wearing a mask Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate General Government Committee, session adjourned 5/26/2023; bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate General Government Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
OK SB 865 2023-05-26 SUPPORT Establishes a teacher’s bill of rights which includes the right to refuse vaccines and masks Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Education Committee, session adjourned 5/26/2023; bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate Education Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
OK HB 2654 2023-05-26 SUPPORT Prohibits government entities from mandating any vaccination, prohibits descrimination against parents who refuse vaccines for their children Status: Failed to be referred from House Rules Committee to another committee, session ended 5/26/2023; bills can carry over from 2023 to 2024

Action: Contact House Rules Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to assign to a committee
OK HB 2170 2023-05-26 SUPPORT Requires legislative approval for any changes or additions by the State Commissioner of Health to vaccines required for school Status: Failed to be assigned to a Committee by House Rules Committees, session adjourned 5/26/2023; bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact members of House Rules Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask bill be assigned to a committee
OK SB 628 2023-05-26 WATCH Prohibits employer mandates for COVID-19 vaccines with FDA approval for less than 5 years, with the exception of federal subsidy recipients Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Business and Commerce Committee, session adjourned 5/26/2023; bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate Business and Commerce Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative with your concerns
OK SB 276 2023-05-26 SUPPORT Adds vaccination/immunization status to current employment discrimination law Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Judiciary Committee on 2/7/2023, session adjourned 5/26/2023; bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate Judiciary Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
OK SB 279 2023-05-26 SUPPORT Requires health care provider to obtain informed consent from minor child''s parent/guardian, & provide risk benefit & injury compensation information Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health & Human Services Committee session adjourned 5/26/2023; bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
OK SB 925 2023-05-26 SUPPORT Prohibits government or private entities from discriminating against, punishing or isolating employees based on COVID vaccination status Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health & Human Committee, session adjourned 5/26/2023, bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
OK SB 280 2023-05-26 SUPPORT Prohibits any state entry from coercing or compelling any person to receive any immunization, includes prohibiting monetary fines Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health & Human Committee, session adjourned 5/26/2023, bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate Health & Human Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
OK SB 33 2022-05-26 SUPPORT Prohibits government agencies including schools & businesses under government contracts from requiring COVID vaccines & from discriminating Status: Failed to be heard in the Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget, session adjourned 5/26/2023; bill is eligible to carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Joint Committee on Appropriations and Budget Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
PA HB 2244 2024-04-29 OPPOSE Requires school boards to post on their public websites the number of vaccinated & unvaccinated students enrolled in each school in the district Status: Referred to the House Education Committee on 4/29/2024

Action: Contact House Education Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
PA HB 2131 2024-03-18 SUPPORT Prohibits an unemancipated minor or a person who hasn’t graduated high school from consenting to vaccination on their own, requires parental consent Status: Referred to the House Health Committee on 3/18/2024

Action: Contact House Health Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
PA HB 2037 2024-02-20 OPPOSE Authorizes pharmacists, interns and technicians to administer biologicals and vaccines to children ages 3 years old & up Status: Referred to House Children & Youth Committee on 2/20/2024

Action: Contact House Children & Youth Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
PA HB 1731 2023-10-02 SUPPORT Prohibits certain public & school transportation from requiring masks or disclosure or documentation of COVID-19 vaccination status. Creates penalties Status: Referred to House Consumer Protection, Technology & Utilities Committee on 10/2/2023

Action: Contact House Consumer Protection, Technology & Utilities Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
PA SB 883 2023-08-16 SUPPORT Bans gene therapy products such as mRNA technology from being injected into Pennsylvania’s food supply Status: Referred to Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee on 8/16/2023

Action: Contact Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
PA SB 565 2023-06-28 SUPPORT Establishes student data privacy protections including immunization record or reason for exception from receiving an immunization, penalties provided Status: Referred to Senate Appropriations Committee on 6/21/2023

Action: Contact your Senator & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
PA SB 741 2023-06-14 SUPPORT Requires conspicuous labeling & informed consent for any genetic material components or gene therapy products including vaccines Status: Referred to Senate Agricultural & Rural Affairs Committee on 6/14/2023

Action: Contact Senate Agricultural & Rural Affairs Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
PA HB 1413 2023-06-14 SUPPORT Prohibit public & private entities from requiring vaccines, government restrictions on freedom of worship, curfews, & restrictions on businesses Status: Introduced & referred to House State Government Committee on 6/14/2023

Action: Contact House State Government Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
PA HB 1237 2023-05-24 OPPOSE Prohibits Dept of Health from mandating any EUA vaccine for school children, enables Advisory Board to add vaccines to school Pre-K or child care Status: Referred to House Health Committee on 5/24/2023

Action: Contact House Health Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator to OPPOSE unless sponsor to deletes lines 18-19 on page 2 of the bill
PA SB 693 2023-05-15 SUPPORT Prohibits PA Commonwealth or political subdivisions from mandating any vaccines or medical treatment as a condition of employment Status: Referred to Senate Health and Human Services Committee on 5/15/2023

Action: Contact Senate Health and Human Services Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
PA SB 446 2023-05-08 SUPPORT Prohibits PA National Guard Members from being required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine, requires those fired be reinstated with benefits Status: Laid on the table on 5/8/2023; passed the Senate Veterans Affairs & Military Preparedness Committee on 3/1/2023 by vote of 7 Yes, 4 No

Action: Contact your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
PA SB 618 2023-04-30 SUPPORT Prohibits the CDC and WHO from having jurisdiction to implement rules, regulations or laws requiring vaccination in PA Status: Referred to the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on 4/28/2023

Action: Contact Senate Health and Human Services Committee Members, your Senator and Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
PA HB 568 2023-03-20 OPPOSE Prohibits health care practitioners from denying care to children not using CDC vaccine schedule if they recieve at least one vaccine per year Status: Referred to the House Health Committee on 3/20/2023

Action: Contact House Health Committee Members, your Representative and Senator, ask them to OPPOSE
PA HB 435 2023-03-15 SUPPORT Proposes adding amendment to the State Constitution, providing for right to medical freedom Status: Referred to the House Health Committee on 3/15/2023

Action: Contact House Health Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
PA HB 431 2023-03-15 SUPPORT Requires schools to provide information on exemptions to vaccines required for school with any notice concerning vaccination Status: Referred to the House Education Committee on 3/15/2023

Action: Contact House Education Members, your Representative and Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
PA HB 64 2023-03-07 SUPPORT Establishes causes of action for State employees who were terminated from employment or missed pay due to employee's COVID-19 vaccination status Status: Referred to the House Labor and Industry Committee on 3/7/2023

Action: Contact House Labor and Industry Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
PA SB 390 2023-02-21 OPPOSE Requires certification & information be given by vaccine providers on department form for religious, moral or ethical exemptions required for school Status: Referred to the Senate Education Committee on 2/21/2023

Action: Contact Senate Education Committee Members, your Senator and Representative, ask them to OPPOSE
RI H 7797/S 2616 2024-05-01 WATCH Allows employer vaccine mandates if exemptions provided, requires AG investigation & establishes fines for noncompliance Status: H 7797 was recommended to be held for further study in House Labor Comm on 5/1/2024|S 2616 referred to Senate Health & Human Services Comm on 3/1/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health & Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator with your concerns
RI H 7781/S 2424 2024-04-10 SUPPORT Req. schools to inform parents of right to exempt their child from vaccination, & obtain parental consent for med. procedures, parental rights bill Status: H 7781 held for further study in House Education Committee on 4/10/2024 | S 2424 referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee on 2/12/2024

Action: Contact House Education Committee Members, Senate Judiciary Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
RI H 7881 2024-04-09 SUPPORT Requires blood donors to disclose if received COVID-19 vaccine, blood to be conspicuously labeled, right to request non COVID-19 vaccinated blood Status: Recommended to be held for further study in the House Health and Human Services Committee on 4/9/2024

Action: Contact the House Health and Human Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
RI S 2285 2024-02-12 SUPPORT Prohibits discrimination in postsecondary education of students, faculty and staff based upon medical or religious vaccine exemptions Status: Referred to the Senate Education Committee on 2/12/2024

Action: Contact Senate Education Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
RI S 2386 2024-02-12 SUPPORT Requires parental written informed consent before vaccination, prohibits vaccine status discrimination, establishes penalties for non-compliance Status: Referred to the Senate Health and Human Services Committee on 2/12/2024

Action: Contact the Senate Health and Human Services Committee members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
RI S 2080 2024-01-12 WATCH Allows private employers to mandate COVID-19 vaccines w/ medical, pregnancy, religious, immunity, periodic testing, or PPE exemptions, adds penalties Status: Referred to Senate Health and Human Services Committee on 1/12/2024

Action: Contact Senate Health and Human Services Committee, your Senator & Representative, with concerns
SC S.975 2024-05-09 SUPPORT Prohibits business, non-profit, school, and employer vaccine mandate; prohibits employer vaccine status discrimination; limits DHEC emergency powers Status: Died, failed to pass the Senate and be taken up by the House before the end of session on 5/9/2024

Action: NONE
SC S.965 2024-03-07 WATCH Prohibits gov’t COVID-19 vax mandates, permits employer COVID-19 mandates w/ unemployment & exemptions, prohibits COVID-19 vax status discrimination Status: Passage recommended in Senate Medical Affairs Committee on 3/7/2024

Action: Contact your Senator & Representative with your concerns
SC H.5233 2024-03-06 SUPPORT Prohibits novel vaccine requirements for nursing students as a condition of attending or graduating from a nursing school or program Status: Referred to the House Education & Public Works Committee on 3/6/2024

Action: Contact House Education & Public Works Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
SC HB 4873 2024-01-17 SUPPORT Requires manufacturers of vaccines or gene modification products that can infect, transmit to, or be absorbed into a person to obtain informed consent Status: Referred to the House Medicial, Military, Public, and Municipal Affairs Committee on 1/17/2024

Action: Contact House Medical, Military, Public, and Municipal Affairs Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
SC H. 4566 2024-01-09 WATCH Adds county & municipal public works employees to those who can refuse COVID-19 vaccine without termination, suspension, or reduction in pay Status: Referred to the House Ways and Means Committee on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact House Ways and Means Committee Members, your Representative, and Senator with your concerns
SC H.4690 2024-01-09 SUPPORT Requires approval of the general assembly rather than DHEC for any new vaccines to be added to school and childcare requirements Status: Referred to the Committee on Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs on 1/9/2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
SC S. 802 2023-06-14 SUPPORT Requires vaccinations be voluntary during public health emergency, changes isolation/quarantine to be recommended - not forced, protects health data Status: Referred to Senate Committee on Medical Affairs on 5/11/2023, session adjourned 6/14/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate Committee on Medical Affairs Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
SC H.4184 2023-06-14 WATCH Prohibits higher education students from participating in study abroad programs with stricter COVID-19 vaccination requirements than itself Status: Referred to House Committee on Education & Public Works on 3/28/2023, session adjourned 6/14/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Education and Public Works Members, your Representative, & Senator with your concerns
SC S.56 2023-06-14 SUPPORT Allows compensation for all adverse health conditions or death as a result COVID-19 vaccination mandated by an employer or government Status: Prefiled and referred to Senate Judiciary Committee on 11/20/2022, session adjourned 6/14/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Senate Judiciary Committee Members, your Senator, & Representative, ask them to SUPPORT
SC H.3536 2023-06-14 SUPPORT Allows compensation for all adverse health conditions or death as a result COVID-19 vaccination mandated by an employer or government Status: Referred to House Judiciary Committee on 12/15/2022, session adjourned 6/14/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact House Judiciary Committee members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
SC H.4083 2023-06-14 SUPPORT Removes expiration date of 12/31/2023 from law passed in 2022 prohibits COVID vaccine mandates & discrimination Status: Introduced and referred to the House Judiciary Committee on 3/7/2023, session adjourned 6/14/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact House Judiciary Committee Members, your Representative and Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
SC H.3485/S.743 2023-06-14 SUPPORT Enacts the Families Rights and Responsibilities Act, requires any person administering a vaccine to a child to obtain the consent of a parent Status: H.3485 referred House Judiciary Committee on 1/10/2023|S.743 referred Senate Family & Veterans' Services Committee 4/19/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact House Judiciary & Senate Family & Veterans' Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
SC H.3693 2023-06-14 SUPPORT Prohibits the state or political subdivision from developing or enforcing a vaccine passport for COVID-19 Status: Referred to House Judiciary Committee on 1/12/, session adjourned 6/14/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact House Judiciary Committee Members, your Representative and Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
SC H.3197/S.234 2023-01-10 SUPPORT Enacts Parental Bill of Rights prohibiting health services to children without parental consent, raises medical minor consent from 16 to 18 Status: H.3197 referred to House Judiciary Committee on 1/10/2023 |S.234 referred to Senate Family & Veterans' Services Committee 1/10/2023, carryover to 2024

Action: Contact House Judiciary & Senate Family & Veterans' Services Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
SC H.3283 2022-12-08 SUPPORT Prohibits any public school or any other institution that receives public funds from requiring Covid-19 vaccinations for student attendance Status: Prefiled & referred to House Committee on Education & Public Works on 12/8/2022, session adjourned 6/14/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: Contact House Committee on Education & Public Works Members, your Representative, &Senator, ask them to support H.3283
SD HB 1221 2024-02-14 SUPPORT Prohibits vaccine passports & discrimination over vaccination status Status: Died, House Commerce and Energy Committee deferred to the 41st legislative day by a vote of 7 Yeas, 4 Nays on 2/14/2024

Action: NONE
SD HB 1248 2024-02-12 SUPPORT Establishes criminal offense for a person to compel an individual by the use of force or coercion to submit to vaccination for a virus Status: Died, withdrawn at the request of the Prime Sponsor on 2/12/2024

Action: NONE
SD HB 1167 2024-02-06 WATCH Establishes employee right to informed consent for COVID-19 vaccine w/out discrimination but alternative work location can be required Status: Died, withdrawn at the request of the Prime Sponsor on 2/12/2024

Action: NONE
SD SB 100 2024-01-31 SUPPORT Prohibits schools, early childhood programs, state government or political subdivisions from imposing any additional vaccine requirements Status: Died, Senate Health & Human Services Committee deferred to the 41st legislative day by a vote of 5 Yeas, 1 Nay on 1/31/2024

Action: NONE
TN SJR 1135 2024-04-25 SUPPORT Opposes the United States' participation in World Health Organization (WHO) Pandemic Prevention Preparedness and Response Accord Status: Died, failed to be referred to House standing committee after being adopted by the Senate on 4/11/2024; session ended 4/25/2024

Action: NONE
TN HB 1894/SB 1903 2024-04-22 SUPPORT Defines “drug” within the Tennessee Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to also mean a food that contains a vaccine or vaccine material Status: ENACTED; HB 1894 was signed by Governor Bill Lee on 4/22/2024, effective immediately; Public Chapter 742

Action: NONE
TN HB 1726/SB 2359 2024-04-11 SUPPORT Prohibits the state from requiring any member of a foster care family or adoptive family to be vaccinated if they have religious or moral objections Status: SB 2359 ENACTED, signed by Governor Bill Lee & effective on 4/11/2024; Public Chapter 699

Action: NONE
TN HB 2452/SB 2641 2024-04-04 WATCH Replaces requirement that parents get children vaccinated with state recommendation with consultation with child's health care provider Status: HB 2452 is eligible for House floor vote as of 4/4/2024 | SB 2641 scheduled for Senate Judiciary Comm hearing on 4/2/2024 at 1PM

Action: Contact Senate Judiciary Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator with your concerns
TN HB 2801/SB 2543 2024-03-21 SUPPORT Exempts livestock & poultry kept at a location where no animals are vaccinated from vaccine mandates by the Commissioner or state veterinarian Status: HB 2801 died, deferred to summer study in House Ag. & Nat. Resources Comm on 3/20/2024 | SB 2543 died, withdrawn on 3/21/2024

Action: None at this time
TN HB 1945/SB 1760 2024-03-14 SUPPORT Requires Dept of Agriculture to post on website all vaccines used for poultry or livestock in state & separate by genetically engineered or not Status: HB 1945 died, deferred to summer study in House Ag. & Nat. Resources Subcomm on 3/12/2024 |SB 1760 died, withdrawn on 3/14/2024

Action: None at this time
TN HB 2050/SB 2379 2024-03-12 SUPPORT Requires Dept of Child Svc requests US DHHS to amend dept’s TTL IV-E plan to conform w/ law prohibiting vaccination requirement to fostering a child Status: HB 2050 removed from House Children & Family Affairs Subcomm agenda on 3/12/24|SB 2379 Recomm passage as amended Sen Judiciary Comm on 3/5/24

Action: Contact House Children & Family Affairs Subcommittee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
TN HB 2548/SB 2358 2024-03-08 SUPPORT Prohibits Dept of Children’s Svcs from requiring vaccination of a person or family members, w/ moral or religious objections, to adopt/foster children Status: HB 2548 referred to the House Children & Fam Affairs Subcomm on 2/6/2024 | SB 2358 referred to General Subcomm of Senate Judiciary Comm on 3/8/2024

Action: Contact House Children & Fam Affairs s/c of the Civil Just Comm Members, Senate Judiciary Comm Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
TN HR 99 2024-02-07 SUPPORT Establishes the right of TN Army & Air National Guard Members to refuse COVID-19 vaccine w/out discrimination via termination or loss of benefits Status: Referred to the House Departments and Agencies Subcommittee of the House State Government Committee on 2/7/2024

Action: Contact House Departments and Agencies Subcommittee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
TN HB 2157/SB 2140 2024-02-01 SUPPORT Requires health care providers vaccinating a minor to record proof of prior parental or guardian informed consent in minor’s electronic medical record Status: HB 2157 was referred to the House Health Subcommittee on 1/31/2024 | SB 2140 was referred to the Senate Health & Welfare Committee on 2/1/2024

Action: Contact House Health Subcommittee Members, Senate Health and Welfare Committee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask them to SUPPORT
TN HB 377/SB 585 2024-02-01 SUPPORT Establishes Patient Rights Act, includes sections to prohibit discrimination based on vaccination status by health care facilities & with transplants Status: HB 377 withdrawn on 2/1/2024 | SB 585 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in 2023, carryover to 2024

Action: Continue to contact your Representative & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
TN HB 2/SB 11 2023-05-17 SUPPORT Removes expiration dates of July 1, 2023 on good, protective laws enacted concerning COVID-19 Status: ENACTED, SB 11 was signed by Governor Bill Lee on 3/21/2023, effective date 3/21/2023, Public Chapter 48

Action: NONE
TN HB 1380/SB 1111 2023-05-17 SUPPORT Requires prior written informed consent of parent or guardian before a minor can be vaccinated Status: ENACTED, SB 1111 was signed by Governor Bill Lee on 5/17/2023, effective date 5/17/2023, Chapter 477

Action: NONE
TN HB 252/SB 644 2023-04-28 SUPPORT Exempts home school students from immunization requirements, applicable to students attending nursery school, preschool, or K-12 Status: ENACTED, HB 252 was signed by Governor Bill Lee on 4/28/2023, effective date 4/28/2023, Public Chapter 296

Action: NONE
TN SB 2 2023-04-21 SUPPORT Removes expiration dates of July 1, 2023 on good, protective laws concerning COVID-19 Status: SB 2 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing, however removal of expiration date put in place by enactment of SB 11

Action: NONE
TN HB 32/SB 88 2023-04-21 SUPPORT Prohibits the manufacture, sale, or delivery, holding, or sale of any food that contains a vaccine unless conspicuously labeled Status: HB 32 failed to be heard in committee & SB 88 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing; session adjourned 4/21/2023, carryover to 2024

Action: Continue to contact House Agriculture and Natural Resources Subcommittee Members, your Representative, & Senator, ask to SUPPORT
TN HB 299/SB 99 2023-04-21 SUPPORT Prohibits the manufacture, sale, or delivery, holding, or sale of meat that contains a mRNA vaccine or material unless conspicuously labeled Status: HB 299 died, withdrawn on 1/30/2023 | SB failed to be scheduled for comm hearing; session adjourned 4/21/2023, carryover to 2024

Action: Contact Members of Senate Health & Welfare Committee, your Senator, & Representative, ask to SUPPORT
TN HB 637/SB 1109 2023-04-21 WATCH Requires employers who mandate vaccination to provide religious belief exemptions/prohibits adverse actions against those using religious exemptions Status: HB 637 failed to be heard in committee; session adjourned 4/21/2023, carryover to 2024 | SB 1109 died by committee vote on 3/20/2023

Action: None at this time
TN HB 264/SB 1090 2023-04-21 WATCH Prohibits a government entity from mandating a vaccine unless a religious exemption option is offered Status: HB 264 failed, lack of second in Population Health Subcomm|SB 1090 failed to get hearing Senate Ed Comm, session adjourned 4/21/2023, carryover to 24

Action: Continue to contact Committee Members House Population Health Subcomm, & Senate Education, your Representative, & Senator with your concerns
TN HB 842/SB 369 2023-04-21 SUPPORT Removes requirement for livestock vaccines, allows mRNA vaccine-free meat labeling, removes Ag Commissioners authority to order livestock vaccines Status: HB 842 deferred to summer study & SB 369 failed to be scheduled for committee hearing; session adjourned 4/21/2023, carryover to 2024

Action: None at this time
US S.444 2024-04-19 SUPPORT Requires any treaty or other int’l instrument on pandemic prevention, preparedness, & response reached by the WHA to be subject to Senate ratification Status: Referred to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on 2/15/2023

Action: Contact your two US Senators and ask them to SUPPORT
UT SB 13 2024-03-20 SUPPORT Exempts a student who attends a home-based microschool or micro-education entity from immunization requirements as part of education bill Status: ENACTED, Signed by Governor Spencer J. Cox on 3/20/2024, effective date 5/1/2024

Action: NONE
UT SB 192 2024-03-18 SUPPORT Prohibits higher ed institutions from requiring vaccines unless medical, personal, or religious exemptions allowed, part of broad higher ed bill Status: ENACTED, signed by Governor Cox on 3/18/2024; effective 5/1/2024

Action: NONE
UT HB 405 2024-03-14 WATCH Excludes med students from existing vaccine exemptions in higher ed when school provides ltd religious exemption under Title VII of Civil Rights Act Status: ENACTED, signed by Governor Spencer J. Cox on 3/14/2023, effective date 5/1/2024

Action: NONE
UT HB 15 2024-03-13 SUPPORT Provides medical, personal, & religious vaccine exemptions for higher ed; prohibits exemption status attendance discrimination (med student exception) Status: ENACTED, signed by Governor Spencer J. Cox on 3/13/2024, effective date 5/1/2024

Action: NONE
UT HB 549 2024-03-01 SUPPORT Requires genetically modified meat products, including those made from animals receiving mRNA vaccines, to be conspicuously labeled, incl. penalties Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for a House floor vote before session ended on 3/1/2024

Action: NONE
UT HB 123 2024-03-01 SUPPORT Requires health care providers to disclose additional compensation they receive for administering vaccines prior to vaccination Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for a House floor vote before session ended on 3/1/2024

Action: NONE
VA HB 665 2024-03-09 SUPPORT Adds religious exemption to vaccines ordered by the Commissioner in an epidemic Status: Died, left in Health and Human Services Committee after it failed to be recommended for passage in the House Health Subcommittee

Action: NONE
VA HB 481 2024-03-09 SUPPORT Prohibits first responders from being required to show proof of vaccination to attend training at medical facilities regardless of religious objection Status: Died, Laid on the table in House Health & Human Services Subcommittee on 1/30/2024, session ended 3/9/2024

Action: NONE
VT S.151 2024-02-26 OPPOSE Allows minors 12 and older to consent to preventive services for sexually transmitted infections including vaccination Status: Scheduled for hearing in Senate Health & Welfare Committee on 2/28/2024 at 8:45 AM & 2/29/2024 at 8:00 AM in Room 17 & on ZOOM

Action: Contact Senate Health and Welfare Committee Members (802-828-2228), your Senator, & Representative, ask to OPPOSE
VT H.305 2023-06-18 OPPOSE Authorizes duties for regulated occupations including pharmacy technicians to give certain vaccines to adults and some children Status: ENACTED, Governor Phil Scott's veto overridden by House and Senate on 6/20/2023, effective date 6/20/2023

Action: NONE
VT H.188 2023-05-09 SUPPORT Requires informed consent before vaccination, defines the lack of informed consent in regard to malpractice Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Committee on Judiciary before session adjourned 5/9/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: NONE
VT H.187 2023-05-09 SUPPORT Adds conscientious and personal beliefs exemptions to vaccines required for school & childcare Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Committee on Human Services before session adjourned 5/9/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: NONE
VT H.364 2023-05-09 SUPPORT Prohibits discrimination in employment and places of public accommodation based on vaccination status Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Committee on General and Housing before session adjourned 5/9/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: NONE
VT H.189 2023-05-09 SUPPORT Requires the Department of Health to submit an annual report to the General Assembly regarding adverse reactions reported to VAERS Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Committee on Health Care before session adjourned 5/9/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: NONE
VT H.182 2023-02-07 SUPPORT Enacts new law on Rights to Bodily Autonomy & Health Care Decision Making, prohibits interference with right to refuse treatment including vaccines Status: Failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Committee on Human Services before session adjourned 5/9/2023, bills carryover to 2024

Action: NONE
WA SB 6095 2024-03-14 WATCH Establishes authority for the secretary of health or designee to issue standing orders for biological products including vaccines without liability Status: ENACTED, signed by Governor Jay Inslee on 3/14/2024. Chapter 100, 2024 Laws, effective date 6/6/2024

Action: NONE
WA SB 5139 2024-03-07 SUPPORT Prohibits state agencies, employers & public accommodation from requiring COVID vaccines, compensates employees fired because of governor's mandate Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health & Long Term Care Committee before session ended on 3/7/2024

Action: NONE
WA HB 1601 2024-03-07 SUPPORT Requires district school boards to inform parents about their rights including school immunization exemptions, part of parental rights bill Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Civil Rights & Judiciary Committee before session ended on 3/7/2024

Action: NONE
WA HB 1871 2024-03-07 SUPPORT Prohibits WA state ferries from requiring COVID-19 vaccine as condition of employment; allows rehires to request record correction Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Transportation Committee before session ended on 3/7/2024

Action: NONE
WA HB 2157/SB 5982 2024-03-07 OPPOSE Changes definition of vaccine to include all FDA approved immunizations recommended by the CDC regardless of their ability to protect against disease Status: ENACTED, SB 5982 was signed by Governor Jay Inslee on 3/13/2024, Chapter 41, 2024 Laws, Effective date 3/13/2024

Action: NONE
WA HB 1814 2024-03-07 SUPPORT Addresses the reemployment and pension service credit of public employees separated from service due to a vaccination mandate Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Labor & Workplace Standards Committee before session ended on 3/7/2024

Action: NONE
WA HB 1029 2024-03-07 SUPPORT Requires state executive branch employees who were fired for refusing COVID-19 vaccination be reemployed if eligible Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Labor and Workplace Standards Committee before session ended on 3/7/2024

Action: NONE
WA HB 1610/SB 5596 2024-03-07 SUPPORT Requires consumer protection provisions; prohibits Govt. agencies using coercion or deceptive communication to promote use of drug/medical device Status: HB 1610 & SB 5596 died, not scheduled for committee hearings in H. State Gov. & Tribal Relations & Senate Health & Long Term Care, respectively

Action: NONE
WA HB 1801 2024-03-07 WATCH Prevents state agency employers from requiring new employees to receive or show proof of receiving a COVID-19 vaccine as a condition for employment Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Labor & Workplace Standards Committee before session ended on 3/7/2024

Action: NONE
WA HB 1827 2024-03-07 WATCH Adds vaccination status to existing laws on discrimination, but expands the opt-out vaccine tracking system Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Labor and Workplace Standards Committee before session ended on 3/7/2024

Action: NONE
WA HB 1545 2024-03-07 WATCH Prohibits institutions of higher education from imposing vaccine or immunization mandates only for online/remote students Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Postsecondary Education and Workforce Committee before session ended on 3/7/2024

Action: NONE
WA SB 5653 2024-03-07 SUPPORT Requires district school boards to inform parents about their rights including school immunization exemptions, part of parental rights bill Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Early Learning & K-12 Education Committee before session ended on 3/7/2024

Action: NONE
WI AB 229/SB 228 2024-04-15 SUPPORT Prohibits DHS from mandating new vaccines past 1/1/2023 and adds exemption for school varicella vaccine mandate based on prior infection Status: AB 229 & SB 228 died, not scheduled for committee hearings in Assembly Health Aging & LT Care & Sen Admin Rules, respectively, before 4/15/24 deadline

Action: NONE
WI AB 613/SB 923 2024-04-15 SUPPORT Presumes workman's compensation injuries to employee who was required by or coerced by employer to take a vaccine was caused by employment Status: AB 613 & SB 923 died, not scheduled for committee hearings in Assembly Workforce D&E & Senate Labor Reg Reform, respectively, before 4/15/24 deadline

Action: NONE
WI AB 612/SB 921 2024-04-15 SUPPORT Requires employers to waive immunization requirements for current/prospective employees if person objects for health, religion, or personal conviction Status: AB 612 died, failed to pass Assembly before deadline of 4/15/24|SB 921 died, failed to be sched. for Senate Comm hearing before deadline of 4/15/24

Action: NONE
WI AB 510/SB 489 2024-03-29 SUPPORT Establishes parental rights including right to be notified if school-offers immunizations and how to decline them Status: AB 510 was VETOED by Governor Tony Evers on 3/292024

Action: NONE
WI AB 955/SB 933 2024-03-29 SUPPORT Prohibits a person from discriminating against an individual receiving an organ transplant based on the individual’s vaccination status Status: SB 933 was VETOED by Governor Tony Evers on 3/29/2024

Action: NONE
WI AB 610/SB 920 2024-03-29 SUPPORT Requires higher ed institutions receiving public money to offer students health, religion, or personal conviction exemptions to vaccine requirements Status: AB 610 was VETOED by Governor Tony Evers on 3/292024

Action: NONE
WI AB 429/SB 442 2023-04-15 OPPOSE Eliminates the personal conviction vaccine exemption for school vaccine mandates Status: AB 429 & SB 442 died, not scheduled for committee hearings in Assembly Health Aging & LT Care & Senate Health, respectively, before 4/15/2024 deadline

Action: NONE
WI AB 775/SB 733 2023-04-15 OPPOSE Requires health care provider to provide "medically accurate information" as defined by biased medical trade associations; censors physicians' speech Status: AB 775 & SB 773 died, not scheduled for committee hearings in Assembly Health Aging & LT Care & Senate Judiciary, respectively before 4/15/24 deadline

Action: NONE
WI AB 428/SB 428 2023-04-15 OPPOSE Allows minors 16 years old and older to consent to vaccines without parents' knowledge or consent, also allows same minor to consent to bill insurance Status: AB 428 & SB 428 died, not scheduled for committee hearings in Assembly Health Aging & LT Care & Senate Health, respectively, before 4/15/2024 deadline

Action: NONE
WV HB 5105 2024-03-27 SUPPORT Eliminates vaccine requirements for public virtual school, allows private & parochial schools choice to maintain or exempt vaccine requirements Status: VETOED by Governor Jim Justice on 3/27/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5180 2024-03-09 WATCH Removes requirements to submit certain evidence on behalf of home-schooled children, substitute no longer vaccine related Status: Died, passed full House on 2/27/2024; failed to be scheduled for a hearing in Senate Education Committee before 2024 session ended on 3/9/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 4215 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Prohibits healthcare providers from discriminating against patients based on vaccination status Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5106 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Adds religious exemption from school vaccine requirements to existing medical exemption Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV SB 412 2024-02-25 OPPOSE Establishes state interference & oversight to limit medical vaccine exemptions and discipline physicians who issue them Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health and Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5142 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Provides religious & conscientious vaccine exemptions for state employees while prohibiting discrimination, adds conscientious for school & higher ed Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5144 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Prohibits compulsory vaccination of school children Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in the House Public Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5210/SB 423 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Removes private and parochial schools from state compulsory vaccine law Status: HB 5210 & SB 2423 died, failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5145 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Removes hepatitis B vaccine requirements for state including admission to a public, private, & parochial school, & state-regulated child care center Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 4585 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Prohibits COVID-19 vaccine requirements for individuals who provide respite care with the family support program Status: HB 4585 died, failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5107 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Removes commissioner and immunization officer interference with vaccine exemptions, adds personal belief exemption for school requirements Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV SB 520 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Establishes the "Informed Consent for Vaccination Protection Act" Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV SB 257 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Prohibits vaccine mandates for school children by any entity, or by any state or local government official, entity, department, or agency Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 4403 2024-02-25 WATCH Removes childhood vaccine mandates, establishes employee vaccine exemptions, prohibits employer discrimination based on vaccine status Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5206 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Establishes that parents or guardians not having a child vaccinated is not child abuse. Status: Died, it failed to be schedule for hearing in House Senior, Children, & Family Issues Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5141 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Requires state institutions of higher education to accept vaccine exemptions for religious, medical, or right or conscience reasons Status: Died, failed to be scheudled for a hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5249 2024-02-25 WATCH Removes vaccine requirements for private, parochial, charter, virtual charter, and remote public schools, exceptions for athletes Status: Died, it failed to be scheduled for a hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 4439 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Prohibits colleges and universities from requiring a COVID-19 vaccine or booster for in-class attendance Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5552/HB 4401/SB 279 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Requires med professionals report all vaccine injuries & side effects to BPH, BPH report to legislature & educate med professionals on side effects Status: HB 5552, HB 4401, & SB 279 died, failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 4192 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Provides vaccine exemptions & prohibits discrimination for state agency & board employees, adds conscientious exemptions for children & higher ed Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 4424 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Eliminates Immunization Officer position and permits physicians to issue a child a medical vaccine exemption Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for a hearing in the House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5335 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Removes Commissioner and Immunization Officer interference with vaccine exemptions, adds personal belief exemption for school requirements Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 4348 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Establishes those with natural immunity as vaccinated & that they shall be treated as equal or preferred to those who have received a vaccine Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for a hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5336 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Requires public school districts to supply students w/ vaccine package insert & NVICP information when sending parents vaccine notification letters Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in the House Education Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5143 2024-02-25 WATCH Creates religious or ideological beliefs vaccine or medical treatment exemption for public or charter primary or secondary schools, with exceptions Status: HB 5143 died, failed to be scheduled for committee hearing in chamber of origin before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV SB 553 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Creates religious vaccine exemption for school children, prohibits discrimination, allows for injunctive relief Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in Senate Health and Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5211 2024-02-25 SUPPORT Removes all vaccine mandates for school children, higher education students, and employees. Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HJR 24 2024-01-26 SUPPORT Proposes amending WV Constitution w/ right to refuse med treatment incl vaccines, provide equal protection, & prohibit discrimination by public vote Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Health & Human Resources Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WV HB 5036 2024-01-23 SUPPORT Affirms parents & legal guardians have the right to all medical decisions including vaccines for their children as part of “Parents’ Bill of Rights” Status: Died, failed to be scheduled for hearing in House Senior, Children, & Family Issues Committee before committee report deadline of 2/25/2024

Action: NONE
WY HB 44 2024-02-23 SUPPORT Repeals existing law authorizing vaccination or medical treatment of a minor child without parental consent Status: Died on 2/23/2024, failed to be reported in House Labor, Health and Social Services Committee before deadline

Action: NONE
WY HB 124 2024-02-16 SUPPORT Repeals authority of Wyoming DOH to adopt vaccination measures for smallpox Status: Died on 2/16/2024, failed to be considered for introduction in the House on 2/16/2024.

Action: None at this time
WY HB 123 2024-02-16 SUPPORT Repeals mandatory vaccination for children attending childcare facilities starting July 1, 2024 Status: Died, failed to be considered for introduction in House on 2/16/2024

Action: NONE
WY HB 59 2024-02-16 SUPPORT Prohibits discrimination based on COVID-19 vaccination status, COVID-19 medical testing status, or not wearing a mask; creates cause of action Status: Died, failed to be introduced in the House before the deadline of 2/16/2024

Action: NONE
WY HB 57 2024-02-16 SUPPORT Repeals existing law authorizing vaccination or medical treatment of a minor child without parental consent Status: Died, failed to be introduced in the House before the deadline of 2/16/2024

Action: NONE
WY HB 115 2024-02-16 SUPPORT Requires blood donors to disclose if received COVID-19 vaccine, blood to be conspicuously labeled, right to request non COVID-19 vaccinated blood Status: Died, failed to be considered for introduction in the House on 2/16/2024.

Action: None at this time
WY HB 91 2024-02-16 SUPPORT Prohibits the CDC and WHO from having any jurisdiction in WY, nullifies their vaccine mandates & more Status: Died on 2/16/2024, failed to be considered for introduction in the House on 2/16/2024

Action: NONE

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