With critical pieces of legislation awaiting the coming New Jersey legislative session, it’s never been more important to choose the right people to lead us forward.
Do your legislators believe that they have the right to dictate the medical care of their constituents? Or do they rightly understand that the government has no place in making your individual health care decisions?
Masking of NJ residents and students has been a heavily debated topic since the beginning of the pandemic. Will your legislators support your right as an adult to choose whether to wear a mask? Will they support your parental right to choose whether to mask your child?
In addition to discussion of mask mandates, these bills will be up for a vote during the coming session:
- Bill S902/A969 “clarifies statutory exemptions from mandatory immunization requirements for child-care centers and school attendance.” It essentially eliminates religious exemptions to vaccines for all NJ school children.
- Bill A5607/S3681 “prohibits discrimination against individuals who have not received COVID-19 vaccine.”
- Bill A5096 “restricts establishment of mandates to become vaccinated against COVID-19” and prohibits private businesses from requiring the COVID-19 vaccine.
- Bill A5610/S3674 “prohibits state from requiring private businesses to confirm individuals received COVID-19 vaccine for entry.”
Keep in mind that, as we learned from Leah Wilson’s interview with Alison McDowell, vaccine passports are less about protecting people and more about controlling them. And now is the time to ensure that we limit governmental control to the power designated to it by the U.S. Constitution.