As the legislative session gets under way, here is a helpful list of legislation that’s important to Health Freedom Louisiana. These common-sense bills will place appropriate restrictions on the government, protect children, and safeguard all of us in times of chaos.
HB291 by Representative Charles Owen ●No Patient Left Alone
No patient should ever be forced to seek care alone, be hospitalized without access to family, be forced to give birth alone, to suffer alone, to grow old alone, or to die alone. HB291 ensures that no patient, long-term care resident, or hospice patient will be separated from family, loved ones, or clergy.
HB152 by Representative Beryl Amedee ● Parental Rights Constitutional Amendment
HB152 is a constitutional amendment that will restrict the government’s infringement on parental rights.
HB158 by Representative Kathy Edmonston ● Protecting Businesses Protects Employees
HB158 by Representative Kathy Edmonston, and co-authored by Reps. Beryl Amedée, Valarie Hodges, and Danny McCormick, is much needed legislation designed to protect businesses from litigation should they decide not to mandate vaccination for their employees against COVID or any other pandemic disease.
HB182 by Representative Kathy Edmonston ●No COVID Vaccine Coercion in Schools
HB182 simply removes the option for any school to require COVID shots for school attendance. Parents are free to make the choice without any coercive measures imposed by schools.
HB372 by Representative Kathy Edmonston ●The CDC and the WHO are Not Welcome Here
HB372 by Representative Kathy Edmonston and co-authored by Reps. Beryl Adams Amedee, Valarie Hodges, Dodie Horton, Danny McCormick, and Chuck Owen states that the CDC and the WHO have no jurisdiction in Louisiana.
HB399 by Representative Kathy Edmonston ●Don’t Be Fooled by Schools
HB399 by Representative Kathy Edmonston will ensure that with any communication to students about vaccine requirements, the exemption law will be provided to students and parents, as well.
HB415 by Representative Beryl Amedee ● Digital Currency, Real Life Totalitarianism – No CBDC
HB415 prohibits a central bank digital currency (CBDC) deposit account in Louisiana and prevents the inevitable decline of freedom if banks have control of digital money.
Oppose HB471 by Representative Barbara Reich Freiberg ● More Access, Less Safe
HB471 adds supervised pharmacy interns and techs to those individuals allowed to administer vaccines; lowers the age of those that may be given a vaccine by pharmacists, pharmacy interns, or pharmacy techs to seven; and adds all vaccines (previously just flu) to those that may be administered by pharmacists, pharmacy interns, or pharmacy techs to children as young as seven (previously seventeen).