2021 PROPOSED LEGISLATION — Here are the bills we’re tracking; pressing activity starts at the top.
|establishing medical freedom in immunizations||SIGNED & BECAME LAW 7.22|
HOUSE OTP-A 4.7
SENATE OTP-A 5.27
HOUSE CONCURS 6.10
|141-C:1-a Medical Freedom in Immunizations.
I. Every person has the natural, essential, and inherent right to bodily integrity, free from any threat or compulsion by government to accept an immunization.
Accordingly, no person may be compelled to receive an immunization for COVID-19 in order to secure, receive, or access any public facility, any public benefit, or any public service from the state of New Hampshire, or any political subdivision thereof, including but not limited to counties, cities, towns, precincts, water districts, school districts, school administrative units, or quasi-public entities.
|expanding NHVA to include adult vaccines||House HHSEA |
RETAINED IN COMMITTEE 2.17
|Watch for a committee vote summer/fall 2021 & full House vote January 2022.
This bill has an amendment (2021-0032h) that will more than double the cost of the original bill, calls for a report of a fake cost analysis, prohibits doctors and pharmacists from opting out of this government program, and calls for an unworkable effective date.