SB47, filed in the 2023 legislative session, would have required the Indiana Department of Health (IDOH) to create a QR code linked to the vaccine record of any citizen who requested one. Indiana advocates immediately opposed the bill because it created a digital identification in the form of a vaccine passport, using taxpayer funding to do so. Within two hours, the bill was pulled from the hearing schedule. Within another hour, the bill’s author communicated with the team that the bill would be permanently removed. Huge win Indiana! Our advocates also changed existing Indiana law to no longer require vaccination records on high school transcripts, and amended a bill to say that anytime a school or the IDOH mentions vaccines, they must clearly delineate which are required and which are only recommended.
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SCHOOL VACCINE MANDATES AND YOUR OPTIONS
What Exemptions does your state offer?
What is the process to get a religious exemption in your state?
Who can add vaccines to the state's childhood schedule, the department of health or the legislature?
What health care can minors consent to on their own?
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