HB1001 passes senate 2nd reading
This is going to be a quick update. I am going to try to briefly update you on the status of amendments to HB1001. I may pop back on here after I make dinner to add more depth to the update.
HB1001- COVID-19 vaccinations.
I would like to note: one of the authors biggest talking points for the administrative authority portion was "all the other states are accepting federal funding and Indiana would be "missing out." However today in testimony Senator Melton mentioned that only 27 other states are accepting SNAP funding. Sounds like plenty of states refuse to contribute to poor federal fiscal choices.
So what you are left with is a pile of gobbly gook that promotes poor federal fiscal choices, opens the door for Federal meddling, kind of recognizes natural immunity, and codifies discrimination through testing.
HB1001 is a threat to your Medical Liberty!
This bill and its amendment were passed today without the objection of a SINGLE Senator. They should be ashamed of themselves.
HB1001 will likely wind up on the schedule for Monday and be heard on 3rd readings. There are no options for amendments.
Hoosiers deserve to know how their elected officials are voting. This is exactly what we are asking for in our latest call to action.
Call your senator and tell them:
"HB1001 is discriminatory and a threat to Medial Liberty. Hoosiers deserve a roll call and a NO vote on HB1001. I expect you to ask for a roll call vote. If the bill passes and no roll call is taken we must assume that you voted in favor and will be holding you accountable."
As always if you need help locating your senator text 260-286-0988 the word: FIND
Thank you for your relentless support of Medical Liberty and being willing to continue this fight. We are dug in for the long game and will not compromise on your right to Medical Liberty.
Ashley Grogg MSN-RN
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3/4/2022 08:59:20 am
Thank you Ashley. Is there a link to the full bill? All I can find is an HB1001 from 2021?
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Ashley Grogg RN-MSN sharing insights, tips, and updates on Medical Liberty throughout the Hoosier state.