Action Alerts for SB74

Have you been denied or harassed at your job for your vaccine exemptions? Please fill out the form as evidence of need for the bill. We can keep your name confidential as needed.

http://hoosiersformedicalliberty.com/discrimination.html

Below is a Facebook video explaining the need to show up on Wednesday Jan 20 around 9:00am or sooner to stand outside the 9:30 hearing.

The link below has sample letters for business owners to use when writing to support the bill.

If you haven’t sent your written testimony in to support exemptions for all employees, please send it ASAP.

Senator Phil Boots:
Email: Senator.Boots@iga.in.gov
Legislative Assistant: Sarah Potter
Phone: 317-234-9054
Email: Sarah.Potter@iga.in.gov

Senator Linda Rogers Email: Senator.Rogers@iga.in.gov
Legislative aide: Cassie Anderson
Phone: 317-234-9443
Email: Cassie.Anderson@iga.in.gov

Senator Greg Walker Phone: 317-232-9984 Email Senator.Greg.Walker@iga.in.gov
Legislative Assistant: Morgan Torres Email: Morgan.Torres@iga.in.gov

Senator Chip Perfect: Legislative Assistant: Michael Conway
Phone: 317-232-9489
Email: Michael.Conway@iga.in.gov

Senator Blake Doriot
Email: Senator.Doriot@iga.in.gov
Legislative Assistant: Ryan Ritchie
Phone: 317-232-9808
Email: Ryan.Ritchie@iga.in.gov

Senatory Fady Qaddoura:Legislative Assistant: Tyler Hempfling Phone: 317-232-9404 | 800-382-9467 Email: s30@iga.in.gov

Yes we are pushing a lot of action alerts, but it’s imperative if you want to pass these worker protections.

Are you a Business Owner/Employer?

January 13, we attending a hearing at the State House in support of SB 74, a bill that requires employers who mandate vaccines to allow exemptions for employees. We initially had good support for this bill with enough votes to pass it today. HOWEVER, opposition showed up in the form of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, Indiana Immunization Coalition, an IUPUI law and public health professor, and EskeNAZI Health. The bill will be held until January 20 when it will be voted on. Around 70 people showed up to testify in support today, and testimony was cut off after 1.5 hours.

Senator Chip Perfect said that this is a MANDATE on businesses, and he does not think we should support if we do not believe in mandates.

But this bill is NOT a mandate on businesses. It continues to allow employers to mandate vaccines, but it stops them from discriminating against employees who decline. The opposition wants the rights of conscience and civil penalties for employer violations removed from the bill. They also want the bill to only pertain to the covid vaccine and nothing else.

We do not give up now. Several other states have introduced bills with even more freedom than this one.

If you are a business owner, please send an email to the committee members stating that you do not believe this bill takes away your rights as an employer.

The representative from the Indiana Chamber of Commerce told me that it is NOT okay to disallow employers from mandating vaccines, but it IS okay for employers to mandate vaccines because they have to maintain a safe work environment. Coincidentally, he also testified on the covid immunity bill that gives businesses full immunity from transmission of the virus. He disagreed that immunity from transmission would have anything to do with allowing people without vaccines to work who spread it. As he angrily walked away he yelled out to our crowd, “I’ll mandate what I want.”

Bottom line, we need business owners to call and email the committee members ASAP if you support this bill.
If you are not a business owner but support the bill, call and email your support and demand the bill stand as is written.

Senator John Crane:
Legislative Assistant: Morgan Torres
Phone: 317-232-9984
Email: s24@iga.in.gov

Senator Phil Boots:
Email: Senator.Boots@iga.in.gov
Legislative Assistant: Sarah Potter
Phone: 317-234-9054
Email: Sarah.Potter@iga.in.gov

Senator Linda Rogers Email: Senator.Rogers@iga.in.gov
Legislative aide: Cassie Anderson
Phone: 317-234-9443
Email: Cassie.Anderson@iga.in.gov

Senator Greg Walker Phone: 317-232-9984 Email Senator.Greg.Walker@iga.in.gov
Legislative Assistant: Morgan Torres Email: Morgan.Torres@iga.in.gov

Senator Chip Perfect: Legislative Assistant: Michael Conway
Phone: 317-232-9489
Email: Michael.Conway@iga.in.gov

Senator Blake Doriot
Email: Senator.Doriot@iga.in.gov
Legislative Assistant: Ryan Ritchie
Phone: 317-232-9808
Email: Ryan.Ritchie@iga.in.gov

Senator Karen Tallian:Legislative Assistant: Tyler Hempfling Phone: 317-232-9404 | 800-382-9467 Email: s4@iga.in.gov

Senatory Fady Qaddoura:Legislative Assistant: Tyler Hempfling Phone: 317-232-9404 | 800-382-9467 Email: s30@iga.in.gov

Senator David Niezgodski:Legislative Assistant: Shaneé Francher-Donald Phone: 317-232-9491 | 800-382-9467 Email: s10@iga.in.gov

Here are some concerning videos of women claiming that symptoms came on after the mRNA vaccines. One with Pfizer and the southern Indiana woman with Moderna. Facebook has been censoring these videos and deleted one of them today. Watch them fast, because they likely will not be up very long. We have to maintain our freedom to choose, because the medical providers and the media are NOT helping the people who are being injured. Take action so that you do not have to be next in order to keep your job. These woman are not able to work anymore due to the injuries.

Testifying for SB74? Make sure to sign up early.

🧯📢📢📢EMERGENCY ALERT!!!!‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️Please READ for ALL who plan to testify in SUPPORT for SB74! Our opposition is running scared.

They WILL be at the hearing tomorrow. Representatives from the Indiana Immunization Coalition and the Indiana State Department of Health Immunization Division will be there to testify against the bill along with hospital groups. They have also put a call out for “professionals to testify in opposition.”

We need you to register at 7:00am to reserve you spot.

http://iga.in.gov/legislative/2021/committees/pensions_and_labor_4500http://iga.in.gov/documents/1ee24fd3

We need to be first in line to sign up. When you testify, it will be imperative that you maintain composure and stick with how a mandate would impact your family/lifestyle and FACTS. We should have a large turnout, and we need it! We all may not be able to testify but the numbers speak for themselves. Thank you for your dedication to this mission!

Indiana already has current law that allows health facility employees to opt out simply by saying NO. We must bring this same protection to all workers.

Show Up to Protect Your Right to Work and Support Senate Bill 74 Workplace Immunization Prohibition

Wednesday January 13 at 9:30 a.m. senate bill 74 will have a hearing in the Pensions and Labor committee. WE NEED YOU TO COME TESTIFY at the Indiana Statehouse 200 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204.

Here is a synopsis of the bill: Workplace immunization prohibition. Prohibits an employer from requiring, as a condition of employment, an employee or prospective employee to receive any immunization if the immunization is medically contraindicated for the employee or receiving the immunization is against the employee’s religious beliefs or conscience. Allows for a civil action against an employer for a violation.

A map of the area around the Indiana State House is included here. The red line indicates the public entrance off Capitol Ave. There is metered parking on the streets around the State House. The closest parking garage is marked with a blue dot and is across the street from the public entrance.

To enter the building, there will be a security check that involves putting your belongings in the xray machine, like at the airport, and walking through a metal detector.

Where do you go once inside the statehouse? There is an information desk and the security staff can point you in the right direction to find it. The hearing starts at 9:30. The public will be testifying in Room 404, and the room will open no sooner than 30 minutes before the meeting. Plan to leave enough time that you will be outside Room 404 at 9:00 a.m. That may mean you arrive in the downtown area by 8:30 or sooner to find parking, go through security, and find Room 404.

Here is a link to find to the safety protocol at the State House for Covid guidelines.

http://iga.in.gov/documents/1ee24fd3

You can fill out an appearance to testify form online starting at 7:00 a.m. on the day of the hearing. Follow this link to click the blue box that says Appearance Form.

http://iga.in.gov/documents/1ee24fd3

Paper appearance forms will also be available for completion outside of Room 404 thirty minutes before the hearing starts.

What do you say during testimony?
Several people have asked this question. First of all, testimony is timed and usually no more than 3 minutes. If a large number of people show up, it may be shorter than 3 minutes. After you complete the appearance form, you will wait until your name is called to go speak at the podium. The usual order of testimony is for Supporters of the bill to speak first and Opposition to speak after, but this is not always the case.

  1. Share your personal story and why you are compelled to support this bill. 1-3 minutes is a short amount of time, so be direct about how this will impact your life if your job fires you for declining an employer mandated vaccine.
  2. This bill does not take away rights from employers. Employers can require vaccines, but they must allow for exemptions. This bill ensures that workers have rights to bodily autonomy. Current Indiana codes already ensure exemptions for a variety of groups including health facility workers. This will solidify those protections for the rest of Indiana workers. We need recourse for civil action in the law, because some health facilities have not been following the current Code to allow for employee exemptions.
  3. There is no current evidence that the new Covid-19 vaccines prevent transmission. They appear to lessen the symptoms but not stop spreading the virus to others. Dr. Fauci has stated that people who have been vaccinated for Covid-19 will need to continue with the same restrictions of social distancing and wearing masks.

These are a few of the main points, but there are numerous reasons that SB 74 is necessary. Having the basic human right to bodily autonomy without being discriminated against by being unemployable is a big one. Vaccines are liability free, and anyone who takes them is responsible for injury that may occurr.

Speak from the heart, speak with strength, speak with truth, and speak up for your rights even if your voice shakes.

For those who simply cannot make it to the State House to testify (and even those who can), here is the contact information for the Legislators on the Pensions and Labor Committee. The Committee members will be the ones that take a vote on the bill. Once it passes in Committee, it gets moved to the full 50 members of the Senate.

Senator John Crane:
Legislative Assistant: Morgan Torres
Phone: 317-232-9984
Email: s24@iga.in.gov

Senator Phil Boots:
Email: Senator.Boots@iga.in.gov
Legislative Assistant: Sarah Potter
Phone: 317-234-9054
Email: Sarah.Potter@iga.in.gov

Senator Linda Rogers Email: Senator.Rogers@iga.in.gov
Legislative aide: Cassie Anderson
Phone: 317-234-9443
Email: Cassie.Anderson@iga.in.gov

Senator Greg Walker Phone: 317-232-9984 Email Senator.Greg.Walker@iga.in.gov
Legislative Assistant: Morgan Torres Email: Morgan.Torres@iga.in.gov

Senator Chip Perfect: Legislative Assistant: Michael Conway
Phone: 317-232-9489
Email: Michael.Conway@iga.in.gov

Senator Blake Doriot
Email: Senator.Doriot@iga.in.gov
Legislative Assistant: Ryan Ritchie
Phone: 317-232-9808
Email: Ryan.Ritchie@iga.in.gov

Senator Karen Tallian:Legislative Assistant: Tyler Hempfling Phone: 317-232-9404 | 800-382-9467 Email: s4@iga.in.gov

Senatory Fady Qaddoura:Legislative Assistant: Tyler Hempfling Phone: 317-232-9404 | 800-382-9467 Email: s30@iga.in.gov

Senator David Niezgodski:Legislative Assistant: Shaneé Francher-Donald Phone: 317-232-9491 | 800-382-9467 Email: s10@iga.in.gov

January 13 Hearing on SB 74 at 9:30 to Ensure Exemptions for all Employees

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Next week on Wednesday January 13 at 9:30 a.m. senate bill 74 will have a hearing in the Pensions and Labor committee. WE NEED YOU TO COME TESTIFY at the Indiana Statehouse 200 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN 46204. Once the FDA gives full approval for the covid-19 vaccine, your employer can and likely will mandate it as a condition of keeping your job. Healthcare workers are no longer the only ones affected by this issue. Retail staff, university employees, school staff, factory workers, meat packers, etc will all be caught up in these mandates. This bill will ensure your human rights for exemptions.

Here is a synopsis of the bill:
“Workplace immunization prohibition. Prohibits an employer from requiring, as a condition of employment, an employee or prospective employee to receive any immunization if the immunization is medically contraindicated for the employee or receiving the immunization is against the employee’s religious beliefs or conscience. Allows for a civil action against an employer for a violation.”

http://iga.in.gov/legislative/2021/bills/senate/74

What can you do to help pass this much needed bill? There are several things, but most important is to show up at the Indiana State House to testify on the 13th. The public will be testifying in room 404. If the bill does not pass this committee, it is done. Showing up is extremely important. To enter the State House, there will be a security check including an xray of personal items such as purses. If you need help finding room 404, please ask the staff at the front information desk. For any questions regarding how to testify, how to get to the State House, or anything else related to this bill, please reach out via email at indiana4medicalfreedom@gmail.com . If you know of friends or others that are going to be there, try to organize meeting outside of downtown and riding into the city together. Having a group can alleviate anxiety of the unknown.

Due to covid, that Indiana General Assembly has enacted safety protocols that can be found at this link:

http://iga.in.gov/documents/1ee24fd3

Since the public will be testifying in a separate room from the legislators, they have also added a new online form to complete to sign up to testify which is found at this link

However, the room will open 30 minutes early for people who want to fill out a paper appearance to testify form. Testifying is easy and is usually limited to about 3 minutes depending on what the Committee Chair decides. You don’t have to be a professional public speaker to testify. Simply speak from the heart and make your point. Three minutes goes by quickly.

We will put together a list of talking points for review in a separate email tomorrow. For now, it’s important that you are aware for the need to go testify next week. But a huge point would be the economic loss if you get fired and have no income. Unemployment has denied claims for employees who lost their job due to refusing a required vaccine. In this case, she thought she had filled out the exemption forms the way she believed.

Please share this information with other groups and people you know who have concerns about losing their jobs due to being forced to take this. Police/law enforcement departments have already started offering it to staff, and some police chiefs are saying it will be required.

https://www.wlfi.com/content/news/Law-enforcement-is-now-eligible-for-the-Covid-19-vaccine-agencies-taking-different-approaches-573538021.html?fbclid=IwAR0gQxTxTaBsDPZ0zOYLOkH_4vALgABzN10CRe8QrF8oAIsQj4r17SzxqqI

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Pick up the phone.

There will be more action alerts but this is a start.

We need the legislators on the Pension and Labor committee to vote YES for SB 74. CALL THE SENATORS LISTED BELOW. Phone calls are more effective than emails if possible. Don’t be nervous to call, the people answering the phones are doing their jobs and they are nice to work with. You can simply state that you want them to vote YES on SB 74, or you can elaborate on why you want the bill to be supported.

Linda Rogers Email: Senator.Rogers@iga.in.gov
Legislative aide Cassie Anderson
Phone: 317-234-9443
Email: Cassie.Anderson@iga.in.gov

Greg Walker Phone: 317-232-9984 Email Senator.Greg.Walker@iga.in.gov
Legislative Assistant: Morgan Torres Email: Morgan.Torres@iga.in.gov

Chip Perfect: Legislative Assistant: Michael Conway
Phone: 317-232-9489
Email: Michael.Conway@iga.in.gov

Karen Tallian:Legislative Assistant: Tyler Hempfling Phone: 317-232-9404 | 800-382-9467 Email: s4@iga.in.gov

Fady Qaddoura:Legislative Assistant: Tyler Hempfling Phone: 317-232-9404 | 800-382-9467 Email: s30@iga.in.gov

David Niezgodski:Legislative Assistant: Shaneé Francher-Donald Phone: 317-232-9491 | 800-382-9467 Email: s10@iga.in.gov

Indiana for Medical Freedom has paired with Hoosiers for Medical Liberty. Please consider signing up to be a member with them and receive text alerts to your phone on this and other pertinent issues. We are all working together to fight for our freedoms.

https://hoosiersformedicalliberty.com/index.html?fbclid=IwAR2OTk9bLHepiz0-DVp9GdxIkPzimO9G6Uq2-Junl9XbIJjNMStf8zCxQHw

This year there are several good bills to support, and that information will be in a separate email. Legislative session is underway. Be alert and prepared to support your rights.

Senate Bill 74: Workplace Immunization Prohibition

The Worker’s Rights bill that we have been working as a team is now officially in the Senate Pensions and Labor committee. THIS IS FANTASTIC NEWS!!!

Here is a synopsis of the bill: Workplace immunization prohibition. Prohibits an employer from requiring, as a condition of employment, an employee or prospective employee to receive any immunization if the immunization is medically contraindicated for the employee or receiving the immunization is against the employee’s religious beliefs or conscience. Allows for a civil action against an employer for a violation.

Here is a link to read the bill:

http://iga.in.gov/legislative/2021/bills/senate/74#document-94ebd1f5

Current Indiana law allows for personal beliefs exemptions for flu vaccines for certain healthcare employees. You can simply say no, but several Indiana hospitals still deny exemptions, create religious challenge tests, and harass employees who decline. This bill will ensure that all employees will have the basic human right to decline an employer mandated vaccine that is against their conscience. This year, we saw several major Universities require the flu vaccine for staff. It goes to reason that the covid-19 vaccine will also be required once the FDA gives it full approval. Employers and schools cannot require vaccines that are under emergency use authorization, but it’s only a matter of months before the FDA gives approval. Factories, warehouses including Amazon, meat packers, grocery stores, retails stores, universities, schools, and healthcare facilities will be able to require vaccines. We already saw this employer mandate happen with flu vaccines this year. Employers don’t need a state law mandating vaccines, they can require vaccines on their own.

Learn more at our virtual meeting this Thursday Jan 7th at 6:30 PM, register at www.hoosiersformedicalliberty.com/meeting

Continue to share the petition! www.hoosiersformedicalliberty.com/workerprotectionact

What happens next? The bill will get a hearing and a vote in the Pensions and Labor senate committee. After it is passed, it will go to the full Senate for a vote of all 50 Senators. Then it will move over the House in their Labor committee for another hearing and committee vote. The public can testify at the Senate and the House committee hearings. This year public testimony for the Senate will be at the State House in a separate room from the committee meeting and delivered via video link. When the hearing is scheduled, we will notify you. It could happen as early as next week.

What can you do now? You can call the members of the Pensions and Labor committee, especially if you are in their district, and ask them to vote “YES” for SB 74. Calling is easy. Tell them that you want to see SB 74 passed and ask them to vote yes on the bill.

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Senator Crane:
Legislative Assistant: Morgan Torres
Phone: 317-232-9984
Email: s24@iga.in.gov

Senator Rogers:
Legislative Assistant: Cassie Anderson
Phone: 317-234-9443
Email: Senator.Rogers@iga.in.gov

Other members will be added as needed to the “contact” them list in the next few days.

This is a list of Senators on the Pensions and Labor committee who might not be as supportive, but you can call and ask them to support SB 74. This bill will also help ensure fewer expensive EEOC lawsuits as it will make exemptions clear cut.

Karen Tallian: Legislative Assistant: Tyler Hempfling
Phone: 317-232-9404 | 800-382-9467
Email: s4@iga.in.gov

Fady Qaddoura: Legislative Assistant: Tyler Hempfling
Phone: 317-232-9404 | 800-382-9467
Email: s30@iga.in.gov

Chip Perfect: Legislative Assistant:Michael Conway
Phone: 317-232-9489
Email: Michael.Conway@iga.in.gov

David Niezgodski: Legislative Assistant: Shaneé Francher-Donald
Phone: 317-232-9491 | 800-382-9467
Email: s10@iga.in.gov

For people who have been writing in and saying that they don’t work, so this bill is not helpful to them….PLEASE help support this bill even if you don’t work. If we can get this passed, it sets a standard for ensuring exemptions. At the moment, Indiana’s governor has said that he does not plan to make the Covid-19 vaccine mandatory across the state. The plan is to use “other” avenues such as employment, travel, and entering venues to enforce compliance. If employers can be convinced to require vaccines, this will directly cut off the source of income for those who decline. That is the most powerful way to enforce compliance-cut your funds. This is one step in the right direction for freedom.

I also encourage you to read the Indiana state Constition to know your rights.

The Indiana state constitution guarantees our inalienable rights including religions beliefs and rights of conscience.

Text of Section 1:Inherent Rights WE DECLARE, That all people are created equal; that they are endowed by their CREATOR with certain inalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness; that all power is inherent in the people; and that all free governments are, and of right ought to be, founded on their authority, and instituted for their peace, safety, and well-being. For the advancement of these ends, the people have, at all times, an indefeasible right to alter and reform their government.[1]

Text of Section 2:Right to WorshipAll people shall be secured in the natural right to worship ALMIGHTY GOD, according to the dictates of their own consciences.[1]
Text of Section 3:Freedom of Religious OpinionsNo law shall, in any case whatever, control the free exercise and enjoyment of religious opinions, or interfere with the rights of conscience.[1]

http://iga.in.gov/legislative/laws/const/

Pfizer Covid Vaccine Reactions

A week into the FDA’s emergency use authorization for Pfizer’s mRNA covid vaccine, several severe anaphylactic reactions have happened to the healthcare workers who took it. This post is mainly going to be about linking news stories about these reactions, and asking you to support the Worker Protection Act that will be released when session starts in January.

In Alaska, 3 health care workers without previous allergies had anaphylactic reactions to the Pfizer vaccine.

https://www.adn.com/alaska-news/2020/12/18/3rd-alaska-health-care-worker-experiences-adverse-reaction-to-covid-19-vaccine/?fbclid=IwAR2vajOtqOmcLyR8JmXYYv3RYtbUNdjNUqf4tG7iPkQbCf0G32q3T6kaZx0

In Chicago area, 4 hospital workers had severe reactions and the one hospital is halting the program. However, other area hospitals are not halting.

1 out of 750 based on 4 of 3000 had severe reactions

A nurse in Tennessee collapsed 17 minutes after receiving the vaccine. Of course they gaslighted us to say it was unrelated to Pfizer’s mRNA vaccine. The nurse apparently has a condition where she passes out with pain, even though the shot was 17 minutes prior. Why would anyone go on live TV if they know they faint on a regular basis and cannot handle injections?! It’s just another “coincidence” and “common” occurrence after vaccination according to the experts.

https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.businesstoday.in/lite/story/watch-us-nurse-faints-after-pfizer-biontech-covid-19-vaccine-shot-triggers-safety-debate/1/425395.html

The FDA takes safety very seriously (hahaha riggghhhttt).

https://www.google.com/amp/s/thehill.com/policy/healthcare/530966-fda-investigating-allergic-reactions-to-pfizer-vaccine-reported-in-multiple%3famp

In fact they care about safety so much that they don’t mind getting rid of the placebo group so we won’t have any long term studies comparing the mRNA vaccine group to the unvaccinated group.

It’s only been a week and relatively few vaccines have been issued in the scheme of the population and there have been several severe reactions that sent people to intensive care units.

The cure is worse than the disease, especially since lesser reactions of getting covid symptoms from the vaccine aren’t making the news.

Moderna’s mRNA vaccine has just received emergency use authorization. This one had a lot of bad reactions in the trials.

Finally, the Worker Protection Act will be released when Indiana legislative session starts on January 4. We need your help even if you are retired or don’t work. Please contact your state Senator and state Representative to tell them you don’t support covid vaccine mandates, especially by employers. More alerts will come out when the bill is released. Sign to support the Worker Protection Act.

http://hoosiersformedicalliberty.com/workerprotectionact.html?fbclid=IwAR11PNAxTAjpo9SXCXgE9GOwwghzhW8ZBxXrsZl-jL_KZURz6Up46r5wT1o

Contact Your Legislators

http://iga.in.gov/legislative/find-legislators/

Please use the link above to find your State Representative and State Senator. You should be able to get their email and phone number from their legislator pages.

We need your help to get the Worker Protection Act (exemptions for all employees) passed. Currently Indiana has laws that allow for medical and religious exemptions to vaccines for daycare, K-12, universities, and for some healthcare workers for the flu vaccines. The exemption code for healthcare workers is specific to the flu vaccine and offers a personal beliefs exemption where a person can simply say no for any reason. EVERY worker in Indiana needs to have the same exemption right, not just healthcare workers.

We need you to email both of your legislators information from news articles related to employers mandating the covid vaccine. Many employers are already mandating the flu vaccine this year. The flu vaccine is not a state mandated vaccine. There is no reason to believe that employers will not require a covid vaccine, especially if they are already requiring a flu vaccine. The mandates likely won’t happen until after the FDA gives full approval, not just emergency authorization since that is a stage that is considered experimental. Once the FDA gives approval in the upcoming months, employers will require it, airlines will require it to fly, concerts and other events are talking about requiring it, and there will be health passports that allow movement based on covid vaccine status.

In order to help you out, here is a sample letter for your legislators:

“I am concerned about the upcoming warp speed covid-19 vaccine. There has been talk of employers mandating the covid vaccine, and several news articles have been published giving information on possible employee mandates. Currently, many Indiana colleges started to require staff to receive flu vaccines. There is no reason to believe that they won’t do the same for the covid vaccine. The universities are offering exemptions for the flu vaccine, but it woud be best to add exemptions to Indiana state code to ensure this continues. Please support the Worker Protection Act which is an upcoming workers’ rights bill that ensures all employees will have exemptions to vaccines when it comes to employer mandates. The Civil Rights Act prevents religious discrimination, however some employers do not appear to be familar with this. IU Health has been sued in the past regarding denial of religious exemptions for the flu vaccine. Having a clear Indiana code related to exemptions for employees will help prevent lawsuits.”

Here are some links to various news sources reporting on the possibility of employer covid vaccine mandates:

https://www.wlfi.com/content/news/Can-employers-require-employees-to-get-the-COVID-19-vaccine-when-available-573310711.html?fbclid=IwAR0gaZTokN49XpXVuVNmXXhe9aWFlwrpYEmrTSTVLVAOu9hYtqQyLzfdx1M

https://www.cnbc.com/2020/12/07/covid-vaccine-update-your-boss-can-fire-you-if-you-refuse-the-coronavirus-shot.html

https://www.wrtv.com/news/coronavirus/can-your-employer-make-you-get-the-covid-19-vaccine

https://www.wthr.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/covid-19-vaccine-employee-fired/95-0b96de64-025b-49df-8895-e15d4d34ab9c

Below is the link to sign to support the Worker Protection Act. There are over 1000 people who already signed to show they want this bill passed.

https://hoosiersformedicalliberty.com/workerprotectionact.html

https://fb.watch/2k1gwZGu2N/

Protect Your Job with the Worker Protection Act

Lord of the Rings was interesting series of movies. I’m not a super fan, but this meme spoke to me when I saw it. You see, this journey of fighting for freedom is not an easy one. Indiana for Medical Freedom has dwindled over the years to just one person running the show. One person fighting during this historical moment in time just wasn’t enough. So I reached out to Indiana Health Choice Coalition, who in turn reached out to Hoosiers for Medical Liberty. Together we got a bill to protect all of our jobs in Indiana when it comes to mandated vaccination.

Due to the sensitive nature of the cause, we are keeping specific details under wraps until session starts in January. This will help ensure that the bill, which is already written, will actually happen. Rest assured, we have a team working relentlessly behind the scenes to make this happen.

However, we need your help. This is a monumental bill, and we need your help to make sure it gets passed. We need you to do a few simple things:

  1. Sign this form to show support for the Worker Protection Act. This will be shared with legislators to show that the people are demanding protections for their rights.

http://hoosiersformedicalliberty.com/workerprotectionact.html?fbclid=IwAR11PNAxTAjpo9SXCXgE9GOwwghzhW8ZBxXrsZl-jL_KZURz6Up46r5wT1o

2. Please contact your state senator and state representative. You can call them, email them, or better yet, set up a virtual or in person meeting with them. Session starts January 4, and it’s best if you can meet with them before session starts. Most of them are able to meet through Zoom or other platforms where you don’t even have to leave your home. Here is the link to find your legislators:

http://iga.in.gov/legislative/find-legislators/

Tell them that you are worried about losing your job due to a required covid vaccine. Explain to them what would happen if you lost your job. Tell them you want to a law that ensures your right to an exemption to a vaccine. Indiana already has code that protects some healthcare workers, and now we want code that protects all of us.

Back to the meme and the meaning behind it. Most of you will be busy, and you may say too busy to call, email, or set up a meeting with the legislators who make laws that control your lives, especially too busy during the holidays to add anything else.

But I implore you to make time for this. I know what it’s like to be busy. I work full-time. I have a family to take care of. My health has been failing, and I had to use the electric wheelchair to get around the grocery store today. I’ve prayed many a night that these times would not happen during my lifetime nor my children’s. But here we are, on the cusp of forced vaccination for all who want to work, fly, go to a concert, go to school, and eventually go in a store or even leave the house. I can’t “get too tired”. I can’t “let someone else do the work”. I can’t be busy because it’s the holidays. Living in these times was not my choice anymore than it was yours, but I have made the decision to do what I can to ensure that my children have freedom.

Will you help us in this fight?

Send a message to indiana4medicalfreedom@gmail.com if you have questions about how to contact or talk to your legislators. Thank you for your time.

Bring Josh Coleman’s Banner Campaign to Indiana by Nov 10

Indiana is trying to bring the campaign here. Funding for the banner is needed by November 10 to get it ordered in time for the event.

Here is the link to donate to purchase the banner. You may have to cut and paste the link, because the embedding has not been working for these links when emailed.

https://hoosiersformedicalliberty.com/bannercampaign.html?fbclid=IwAR2EoUYSmbQRW9Xly4Ah2pvKLVqGVEoTRKrzLOhMznKuM0ArT3OHq8Hm9fQ

Also, please sign to ask your legislators to support the Worker Protection Act which prevents you from being fired from your job if a covid vaccine is required by your employer. You might have to cut and paste this link into your browser if you are reading this from your email inbox.

http://hoosiersformedicalliberty.com/workerprotectionact.html?fbclid=IwAR1JsabbWI5Z3JtNkPhfgFtjDdiiqkptKf8ITFyQjuXcsSglwLljBuTD6fw