Stand for Health Freedom Endorses Charlice Byrd for Georgia House Representative District 20
Health freedom “means personal responsibility between an individual and his/her physician and absolutely not government mandating anything,” said Charlice Byrd. “What happened to ‘my body, my choice’?”
Byrd has served in the Georgia State House for nearly a decade in total. A representative in the 20th District, she is a proven and outspoken conservative voice and an award-winning, effective legislative leader.
In February of this year, Byrd authored and introduced HB 1394. “The bill aims to repeal the Georgia Department of Public Health’s authority to require persons to submit to vaccinations or other measures to prevent contagious or infectious diseases,” said Byrd. “The bill states no jab. No passport. No masks for public and private businesses. Additionally, many state legislatures have improperly delegated their powers to executive branch bureaucrats, who are now making many of the statewide COVID-19 decisions. Our elected representatives must reassert their authority over lawmaking. With your help, we can effectively act to stop the virus and do so in a manner that respects our rights.”
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