Hoosiers: Tell Indiana Leadership to Take Action This Week to Protect Our Medical Liberties
- Last week, you were very effective in communicating to our Indiana House of Representatives that you wanted our legislators to do two things: 1) End Governor Holcomb’s Public Health Emergency, that is on its 18th renewal. 2) Provide Protections for Hoosiers from Employer Vaccine Mandates
- Our state legislators are currently at the statehouse voting on redistricting maps, which needs to be redone every 10 years. Last week, the House was in session. This week, the Senate is in session. This provides us with the perfect opportunity to move forward our two key agenda items.
- House and Senate leadership has vowed to do nothing but redistricting over these next several days, but that answer is unsatisfactory. If we do not end this public health emergency now, Governor Holcomb will continue to exercise extraordinary powers over our medical liberties. Furthermore, if we don’t act soon to protect workers from employee-mandated vaccinations, even more workers will cave to experimental vaccines they don’t want in order to preserve their jobs.
- Our senators and representatives are listening. They are reading your emails and taking your calls. But they are not the ones who set the legislative agenda. House and Senate leadership do that. So we have designed a one-click email campaign to specifically target House Speaker Todd Huston and Senate President Pro Tempore Rodric Bray, asking them to put our needs at the forefront this week.
- Additionally, please call President Pro Tempore Bray while he is at the Capitol this week at 317-232-9416 and challenge him to put Hoosiers first.
- Finally, please mark your calendars for this Tuesday, September 28. We will be gathering on the statehouse lawn from 11 am to 1 pm while the whole Senate is in session, urging them to do what is right for Hoosiers. Please join us! Our physical presence will remind the lawmakers working inside the Capitol that we are waiting for them to enact the protections we are demanding.
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