- Introduced HB47 to require that any communication issued to students or their parents or guardians relative to immunization requirements include exemption information
- Introduced HB48 to prohibit the administration of vaccines on school property and at school-sponsored events
- Introduced HB145 seeking to restrict governor from overriding actions taken by subcommittees
- Introduced HB177 seeking a Constitutional Amendment to prohibit discrimination based on vaccination or immunity status
- Introduced HB232 to prohibit requiring vaccination verification or immunity status for certain transactions or for inclusion on a driver's license or special identification card
- Introduced HB253 seeking to prohibit discriminatory practices on the basis of vaccination status or immunity status
- Introduced HB944 to prohibit insurers from changing or canceling policies based on an insured's political ideals, political affiliations and any value-based or impact-based criteria, including but not limited to social credit scores and environmental, social, and governance credit factors.
- Introduced HB974 to provide for the waiver of vaccine requirements in the workplace
- Introduced HR77 to authorize and direct the office of state fire marshal to study the current application of the Life Safety and Property Protection Licensing Act relative to persons convicted of felony crimes of violence and felony crimes against property
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