Lawsuit Against IU has a Hearing July 13

Please donate to fund the lawsuit against Indiana University. This lawsuit handles several issues including exemptions for mask mandates, medical exemptions for vaccines (IU has been limiting medical exemptions even with a physician order for one), violation of the vaccine passport ban in Indiana, and mandating the covid vaccine including under emergency use. Even if an attorney donates all his time, court costs such as expert witness testimony are very expensive. We cannot sit back while others fight for us. This whole scamdemic is going to get worse than it already is, the tyranny is not over by any means. This is likely just the eye of the storm. Let’s try and fight back in the courts, despite how corrupt many of them are.

Did you know that many other major countries, such as Australia and France, are starting to lock down again? An Australia news reporter actually announced on TV that “today is the first day of the New World Order, only one person per household is allowed to shop, only 2 people can be in a group”. Australia’s Health Minister announced that the New World Order is here to stay. People are only allowed to go shopping for essential items like food within a short distance from home. Videos have shown police beating people breaking the lockdown rules. The United Kingdom is also talking about a fourth wave coming. Is this foreshadowing a United States lockdown this fall? Have you noticed the signs put up on businesses that state unvaccinated people are required to wear a mask? As of now, they are not separating people out, but once another “big covid wave” happens, that’s when the vaccine passport will be rolled out to separate us out. Do you think that can’t happen? Look at France. President Macron declared a few months ago that the covid vaccine would not be mandatory and there would be NO vaccine passports. Fast forward to this week, and he was proven to have been lying about that. France and the United Kingdom, which also promised there would be no vaccine passport to enter a pub, have both declared that heath certificates/vaccine passports will be required starting this July 21 into August. People who don’t have the vaccine will have to pay out of pocket for covid testing just to enter a pub. France has also mandated all healthcare workers to be vaccinated or be fired. UK is working on the same national mandate.

The head of the World Health Organization, Tedros, stated “let me be clear, we will not be returning to the old normal”. The world leaders have ZERO intent on ever allowing the people to go on with their lives with freedom. All the people telling us to “just wear the mask, it’s only 2 weeks, it’s only 30 days, it’s only a mask”, have no clue about what is really happening in the scheme of the world. The elite world rulers have stair stepped the world into allowing freedoms to be taken forever by using short increments of totalitarianism.

Door to door knockers are gearing up to be coming to your door. Lake county Illinois has laid out a plan in documents to volunteer health ambassadors to call property managers and ask to enter to senior living centers and apartment buildings. Those volunteers will be carrying a speadsheet that lists the address, apartment number, whether the person says yes they got the vaccine, whether the person says No they have not got it, and whether those who say no want to get it or not. When the Gestopo and SS officers were going door to door looking for Jewish people, do you think it would be smart to tell them you are Jewish when they ask, knowing it will lead you to a gas chamber? When these vaccine data collectors come to your home, you have to option to say Yes or No regarding if you took the covid vaccine. Do as you see fit to save yourself and family.

Donation Link for the Lawsuit against Indiana University

Here is the link to donate to the lawsuit against IU. They appear to be violating the vaccine passport ban by requiring an electronic report of covid vaccine status. The lawsuit is also for allegedly violating Indiana state law regarding religious exemptions for testing and medical exemptions, mandating emergency use authorization vaccines, and other issues.

The hearing has been expedited. You can read about it at the Bopp Law Firm website.

What Can We Do Now?

WHAT CAN WE DO????

It seems like the walls are closing in on us left and right. We don’t have a lot of time left. California is rolling out its vaccine passport system where you can be discriminated against based on just being a natural human being. Can private businesses ban all Asian people from entry? Can private businesses ban all Jewish people from entry? The answer is no. While private business owners have rights, they are not allowed to discriminate against classes of people. You were born without vaccines, therefore they are saying that simply being a human who wants to stay a person with a natural immune system not made artificial by big pharma, can be outcast from society and discriminated against. That is not okay. Rosa Parks refused to sit on the back of the bus based on her skin color. We are not even going to be allowed on the bus if we don’t stand up together. People have protested, but the numbers are NOT enough to make a change.

ACTIONS

  1. We need to boycott businesses that discriminate and demonstrate outside them. We need to research when our local city and county council meetings are and attend the meetings. Hoosiers for Medical Liberty had the idea to call and set up meetings with your local officials and ask them to write a local ordinance to ban vaccine passports for businesses in your area. Yes, they have the authority to do that. Several city councils made mask ordinances this past year including West Lafayette. If they can do that, they can ban vaccine passports with local businesses.

2. Your local school boards have the authority to ban masks wearing for staff and students starting July 1. School boards meet monthly. Simply do a quick internet search by typing the name of your district and board meeting to find the date. Attend the school board meetings along with emailing and calling the members to tell them to remove the mask requirements and do not require vaccines for staff and students. Westfield IN schools will be ending the mask mandate for the fall. If you don’t make your voice heard, the schools will only listen to the Indiana Health Department which has already recommended mask wearing for all students and staff that don’t have the vaccine. Oklahoma, FL, TX, and other states have already banned masks for K-12. Are those Republicans in the same political party as the Indiana Republicans? It sure doesn’t seem like it! Are you happy that Kokomo schools are using an estimated $600,000 in grant money to give $750 stipends to vaccinated employees? Last we heard teachers weren’t paid enough and many districts are trying to cut programs like music due to funding issues.

http://kokomoperspective.com/covid-19/kokomo-schools-offers-staff-750-to-be-vaccinated/article_c58864dc-c95f-11eb-8985-fb3f551b3301.html

3. SET UP MEETINGS with your state senator and state representative now. They are doing virtual or in person. Your job is next on the mandate list whether you think it is or not. Do you think this global agenda is going to stop because your boss is nice to you? The IN Republicans have failed us time and again. They had the opportunity to vote to protect all employees in the state to ensure a guaranteed exemption for the covid vaccine. It was a win-win bill. Employers could still require it, but staff who did not want it could get an exemption without being fired. Once the Republicans killed that freedom bill, they also refused to vote on amendments added to other bills that included the language for employee protection. Not only did Republicans refuse to vote for all to have state exemptions, they also refused to vote on a bill that would have banned mandates for vaccines under emergency use, Hb1488 in the House Labor committee. They also refused to vote on strong vaccine passport ban amendments that would have prevented discrimination of natural humans. In Richmond IN, there is a private museum that is banning those without the covid vaccine from entering. It is already happening here. The IN Republicans would rather rely on the Federal government with the Biden administration for protections which they were told were weak protections. We are already seeing staff being put on unpaid leave after being denied religious exemptions. Tell your legislators that being “disappointed” in the mandates does nothing. You want them to take action against this and bring back and pass SB 74 and HB 1488 to ensure exemptions and ban mandates under emergency use. Find your legislators here.

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

4. We need to find people or run in the primaries. Indiana is a super majority Republican state and even the legislators who have never followed the party values, such as Holcomb, will win with an R behind their name. The deadline to file for candidacy is February 1 2022. If they don’t have a primary challenger, they don’t care what you want and will continue to appease corporate donors and the chamber of commerce. As soon as they see nobody has filed by Feb 1 to run against them in the May 2022 primaries, it’s back to status quo and nothing will be done in the January to March 2022 session. The people of Florida didn’t even have to beg and grovel for their freedom. Why do we need to beg with our legislators from the same political party and still with no action? These people need replaced. They have proven time and again that they don’t have values that support liberty. You can look up candidacy forms at the Indiana election website. The process will likely require getting a certain amount of petition signatures to get on the ballot, but each office has different rules.

https://www.in.gov/sos/elections/election-administrators-portal/election-forms/

5. Vote for Margaret Menge for IU trustee if you graduated from any Indiana University campus. The election ends at noon on June 30.

https://dataforms.iuf.iu.edu/trustee-election/vote?fbclid=IwAR3VNQmhZzeIfxNaaeILqM5EGotqf4cKz83EaIxVIbZEvCtwNrvWeJprMBY

6. An Indiana healthcare worker was injured by the Moderna vaccine at the beginning of Janurary 2021. She was pressured by her skilled nursing home employer to get the covid vaccine that day. She had been working on the covid floor with positive residents for months without getting sick, but she felt obligated to get the covid vaccine due to pressure from her work administration. She started to have uncontrollable tongue movements to the point her tongue was rubbed raw against her teeth. The she quickly developed full body convulsions and was sent home from 5 ERs told to see a neurologist. That was January and her neurologist appointment is in August. Workers compensation denied her claim, and she was fired from her job since she is unable to physically return to work. She had worked for many, many years at this job, and they left her high and dry. Shawn spoke at the June 12 rally in Indianapolis. She clearly is still suffering from tremors and seizures, and she had to finish up her speech because her voice was giving out. If you are able to help, please donate to her medical bills. She has been left on her own to suffer from the harm the Moderna vaccine did to her. She can’t work, she can’t sue Moderna, she can’t sue her employer, and conventional medicine is doing little to help her. She has been working with functional medicine to help her heal.

Lastly, hang in there. Things seem to be getting worse before they get better, but if we stand together, we have a chance.

Purdue looking to do a Religious Challenge? There’s a lot going on Indiana.

As many of you already know, IU-the public college, some private colleges, IU Health system, Comunity Health Network in Indianapolis, and several skilled nursing companies have already mandated the covid vaccine under experimental emergency use authorization in spite of 35 Indiana State Senators mentioning legal problems under current emergency use in a letter to IU-college.

“We would also like to draw your attention to one federal statute and one state statute that highlight the legal problems with your vaccine mandate. In our view, the federal statute found at 21 USCS360bbb-3(e)(1)(A)(ii)(III) prohibits anyone or any entity from mandating a vaccine that has only received emergency approval (such as the COVID-19 vaccines). In addition, during the 2021 legislative session, the General Assembly passed HEA 1405 prohibiting local units from requiring vaccine passports. The intent and spirit of both of these codes are clear, and we believe our opinion is further solidified by the recently released legal opinion by Indiana’s Attorney General in support of our position.”

Unfortunately, a Federal judge just dismissed a lawsuit brought against a Houston hospital for mandating the covid vaccine under emergency use, which is not exactly shocking due to the corrupt nature of our court system. If that ruling stands, the covid vaccine can be required under experimental emergency use.

https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/judge-dismisses-lawsuit-houston-hospital-employees-over-covid-19-vaccinations-n1270597

For the IU-college people-specifically staff. We know of an attorney willing to take a case against IU-the college for continuing to allegedly violate HEA 1405 which bans state and local units from requiring a vaccine passport which is defined as written, electronic, and printed form of your covid vaccine status. IU continues to require all students and staff to electronically provide their covid vaccine status or be fired/expelled. Once you electronically provide your covid vaccine status, you can apply for an exemption which if approved will require twice a week covid testing and masking. However, the retainer for an attorney is 5 figures along with a high hourly rate. We would most likely win, because IU is continuing to require a form of vaccine passport, but we were told that we cannot be awarded attorney fees back. So if anyone has $20000-$30000 to spend to get IU to simply follow the law, that’s an option. However, the law does not stop them from verbally asking employees and students to state their covid vaccine status. Additionally, we all thought that the Federal statute would prevent mandates of emergency use vaccines, but a Federal judge ignored that statute and dismissed the case. What seems like a slam dunk with them breaking the law could turn out to be loss based on a judges “opinion” or ties with pharma. We cannot depend on corrupt judges to save us.

For the IU Health and all other employees: It has been reported that several employees with IU Health have already been denied religious exemptions for the covid vaccine. There are also reports of workers, such as cooks, in skilled nursing home being denied religious exemptions and put on unpaid leave until they get the covid vaccine or get fired. Here are the EEOC guidelines updated from May 28.

“If the assessment shows that an unvaccinated employee with a disability poses a direct threat to self or others, employers must consider whether providing a reasonable accommodation, absent undue hardship, would reduce or eliminate that threat. Employers may rely on CDC recommendations when deciding whether there is an effective accommodation available that would not pose an undue hardship. As for potential reasonable accommodations, EEOC offers the following non-exclusive examples:

[R]equiring the employee to wear a mask, work a staggered shift, making changes in the work environment (such as improving ventilation systems or limiting contact with other employees and non-employees), permitting telework if feasible, or reassigning the employee to a vacant position in a different workspace.”

“Under Title VII, employers must provide employees, who sincerely hold a religious belief, practice, or observance that prevents them from getting a COVID-19 vaccine, with a reasonable accommodation, unless the accommodation poses an undue hardship. A religious accommodation request from an employee who wishes to wait until an alternative version or specific brand of COVID-19 vaccine becomes available should be processed according to the same standards applicable to other requests for accommodation set forth above. Employers must engage in an interactive process to find a reasonable accommodation and should thoroughly consider all possibilities, including telework and reassignment. Employers may rely on CDC recommendations when deciding whether there is a reasonable accommodation available.”

Attorneys don’t seem to be taking employment cases until after you are denied an exemption or are fired. Even then, do you have thousands of dollars to spend on an attorney to defend your rights?

For the Purdue people: It has been reported that some (if not all) Purdue University employees received an email stating that once the covid vaccine is FDA approved, it will be required and staff who claim a religious exemption will be put to a religious challenge by being forced to have a religious leader sign off on their exemptions for approval to be considered. Notre Dame University is already doing that unconstitional religious challenge, and they have been denying religious exemptions signed by your religious leader verifying that your beliefs are sincere, because the actual doctrine of the particular religion does not forbid vaccination. Here’s a reminder, Purdue also has to follow the law 1405 that prevents them from requiring a covid vaccine status in written, electronic, or printed form.


This is what the EEOC has to say regarding religious beliefs:
“The definition of religion under Title VII is broad and the EEOC suggests that employers “should ordinarily assume that an employee’s request for religious accommodation is based on a sincerely held religious belief, practice, or observance. However, if an employee requests a religious accommodation, and an employer is aware of facts that provide an objective basis for questioning either the religious nature or the sincerity of a particular belief, practice, or observance, the employer would be justified in requesting additional supporting information.”

https://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/eeoc-update-on-workplace-practices-5416172/

https://www.eeoc.gov/wysk/what-you-should-know-about-covid-19-and-ada-rehabilitation-act-and-other-eeo-laws

IU Bloomington campus rally on June 10 starts at 1:00

To clarify, the rally on June 10 in Bloomington on the IU campus will start at 1:00 pm. They will meet at the Sample Gates near the IMU. Originally, a group was planned to meet at 10:00 am at alumni hall so the IU board of trustees would see the rally against the mandate. The board is meeting on June 10 and 11. However, the board has decided to avoid answering to the people by suddenly changing their meeting to virtual. That seems to be the trend officials have been using for over a year now to avoid the public and do what they want over a video screen.

Please show up for a 1:00 start. People are being asked to wear white shirts. There are some great speakers coming. Including Hoosiers for Medical Liberty and Shawn Skelton (an Indiana woman injured by the Moderna vaccine).

Rallies June 10 and June 12 against the mandates

Indiana University continues to have a mandate for the covid vaccine. They stopped making people upload proof of vaccination, but staff and students are required to report their covid vaccination status in an electronic form. This requirement continues to violate the ban on vaccine passports which does not allow for requiring written or electronic means of a person’s covid vaccine status. IU has really changed very little to nothing regarding their mandate, especially for staff. Staff will still be fired if they do not get fully vaccinated with the covid vaccine by August. IU has said the their administration will review requests for exemptions and respond within 5 business days. Once again, this fight will come down to keeping jobs, which is why we fought so hard to worker rights with SB 74.

https://www.facebook.com/events/217135443554958?ref=newsfeed

The IU Family for Choice, not Mandates has created a website.

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There is a second rally on Saturday June 12 in Indianapolis against the IU Health mandate. Even if you don’t work for IU Health, please come, because your job is likely next. IU Health owns a lot of facilities in Indiana including outpatient and homecare. It is not just the hospital staff that are mandated. IU Health is also mandating vendors, volunteers, and students to have the covid vaccine by Sept 1. Will they require the truck drivers delivering supplies to be vaccinated? This is not just about healthcare workers. This includes the parking valet, the cooks, the secretaries in the business offices. Don’t ignore this just because you aren’t a healthcare worker.

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Franciscan Health is in the process of deciding to mandate the covid vaccine.

https://www.wlfi.com/content/news/Franciscan-Health-considering-mandatory-COVID-vaccines-for-employees-574556931.html?fbclid=IwAR2NrO8xfqE1v3m2UGCSnPOHV3erVEvOEXbZbqXW1tecCD9VEL_rafBDceM

Right now, there are thousands of employees in Indiana having severe anxiety about the future of their jobs. Many can’t just get another job or move to a free state like Florida due to family obligations such as taking care of elderly parents who live near by, custody of their children, poor job market, owning a home and having bills that don’t allow them to quit and go work at McDonald’s after getting a Master’s or Doctoral degree in their field, and most of all because this is America and nobody should have to choose between feeding their family and getting a vaccine that has a side effect of death. Let’s all contact Senator Boots and Rep VanNatter and ask them why they allowed this to happen to thousands of hardworking Hoosiers when they both had a chance to vote on bills that would have ensured employees had exemptions and banned mandates under emergency use authorization.

Senator Boots
317-234-9054
Senator.Boots@iga.in.gov

Ask him why he sided with corporations and refused a vote on SB 74 which would have prevented the fear so thousands are feeling right now of being denied exemptions and being fired: “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.”

Representative VanNatter
h38@iga.in.gov
317-232-9643


Ask him why he refused to vote on HB 1488 that was written by a nurse practitioner and banned mandates under EUA: “Vaccination exemptions. Prohibits an employer from requiring, as a condition of employment, an employee or prospective employee to receive an immunization that: (1) has been approved for emergency use; and (2) lacks full approval from the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Prohibits an employer from: (1) inquiring into; or (2) otherwise requiring an employee or prospective employee to disclose; the reason for refusing an immunization that: (A) has been approved for emergency use; and (B) lacks full approval from the FDA. Allows for a civil cause of action against an employer for specified violations.”

These same legislators signed on against the IU mandate, but they had ample chance to head this problem off at the pass months ago. We need to remind these people that they work for the people, not the Chamber of Commerce.

Did you graduate from any Indiana University Campus? We need your vote for IU board trustee for freedom.

As an IU alumni, had you ever heard of being eligible to vote for IU board trustee members? This is the first time I’ve heard of such as option, but you have a voice in the board. You do not need to be in the alumni association to vote. Voting takes place between June 1-28.

We need your vote for Margaret Menge. She supports medical freedom regarding the covid vaccine. Go to the link to vote. It’s easy and takes less than a minute. You can vote for up to two candidates, but I suggest just voting for Margaret because we don’t want to add votes to others. If you decide you really want to vote for a second person, I don’t suggest voting for the MD, the DDS, or for the former IU Health board member Shreve. It’s highly unlikely they support medical freedom based on their profile.

Here’s the link to vote. If you don’t know your university number, just use the last four of ssn. It should be very fast to take you to the candidate names.

https://dataforms.iuf.iu.edu/trustee-election/vote?fbclid=IwAR3vEgkuSFpTk_YqgN0CdkdZ6IdyxZxR-NaBv-0Fe7XMdEBOgU5H8gqKat8

https://www.margaretmengeforiu.com/

Petition to the FDA on the Federal Registry

Please take a moment to go comment on the Federal Registry regarding full FDA approval of the covid vaccines. There is speculation that the fast tracked covid vaccines will be fully FDA by the end of summer despite having no long term studies and thousands of deaths reported from taking them. The people who signed up to do the vaccine trials have been unblinded and around 98% of them have received the covid vaccine. That leaves no control group in the trials. You are the current trials they are studying for side effects.

Go to this link, click the blue comment button, choose drug industry under the category drop down menu, make your comment. You do not have to give them your email address or your name. Check the section for anonymous if you do not want your name displayed publically. Please make a comment on how you feel regarding this fast tracked approval.

https://www.regulations.gov/document/FDA-2021-P-0460-0001?fbclid=IwAR0noEogxMyRDjUaNG18a0Yy6NY7GjYazEzMKTWQmQIGqMOFPbQQMGuSzWo

Did IU Over Play their hand or what when they denied religious exemptions?!

Indiana University recently issued what appears to possibly be automatic denials of religious exemptions based on review of records showing a history of previous vaccination. When appealing, those exemptions were later approved. Due to the amount of people up in arms against IU’s over reach, they have changed the statement on their website to say that religion exemptions will be per state law. The university plans to release the details of their “extremely limited” coronavirus vaccine exemption policy on June 15. The people are having a protest rally on June 10 at 1pm at the Bloomington campus outside of the IMU building. Here is a Facebook link to the event page. IU isn’t the only university over reaching, but they are the biggest and stopping them can help the others.

The other issue is the Indiana For Medical Freedom website where these emails are sent from. At this time only one person runs the website. I had planned to discontinue it when it expires in June. However, with the recent mandates, a lot more people are coming to the website to get the exemption forms and read the code.

Here is a picture of the analytics showing the massive increase in viewers for the month of May. There were almost 4000 views this month.

If anyone is interested in donating to continue the Indiana for Medical Freedom website, please send an email to indiana4medicalfreedom@gmail.com and we can figure out a way to send funds. I paid out of pocket for it last year, but this year is a little more of a struggle. It costs somewhere around $130 for the website and domain names. Any donations are appreciated.

Indiana Attorney General makes the Right Decision

Attorney General Todd Rokita made an opinion that IU is breaking the law with their mandate for proof of receiving the covid vaccines.
“Indiana University’s policy clearly runs afoul of state law — and the fundamental liberties and freedoms this legislation was designed to protect,” Rokita said.

The new law states that “the state or a local unit may not issue or require an immunization passport.”

https://apnews.com/article/in-state-wire-indiana-coronavirus-pandemic-education-health-b0df83b59c12689dffe17fc346f00caa

He is being attacked on a national basis for his stand with freedom. We need to stand with him and support him to stand firm on that opinion. We have already seen OSHA back track their stance on making employers who mandate a vaccine as a condition of employment required to report those as covered work injuries if staff are injured. Due to pressure from the mainstream mob and big pharma dollars, OSHA retracted their stance and will not be enforcing that rule which leaves staff on their own if they are injured and opens the door for coercion “take the vax or get the axe and be left with no means to support yourself or family” for your job. We can’t let the same thing happen to our Attorney General.

Please call and email the Attorney General’s office to thank him for making the right decision, tell him to stand strong, tell him not to reverse his decision to appease the mob rule, and let him know why freedom is important to you. You can bet he is taking heat from all over, let’s show them that Hoosiers stand with him.

Office of the Indiana Attorney General
Phone: (317) 232-6201
Email form: https://www.in.gov/attorneygeneral/about-the-office/contact-us/general-comments-questions-and-concerns/

On the other hand, Senator Rod Bray needs calls of disapproval for going against the Attorney General’s opinion.

Senator Bray
Phone: 800-382-9467
or 317-232-9400
Email: Senator.Bray@iga.in.gov

I was in a meeting with Senator Bray, and he told us that he had talked to employers and they weren’t going to mandate the covid vaccine, so he didn’t see the need for a bill to make a state law that ensured exemptions for all. I told him that it’s naive to think employers aren’t going to mandate it. Senator Boots and leadership worked to kill SB 74 for employee exemptions to mandates. IU sent an attorney that works at their school, Ross Silverman who is now giving interviews to the news to support IU, to oppose the bill for employees to have religious exemptions. Now we are seeing the mandates crop up even under emergency use authorization which is still experimental. They are mandating this even sooner than I expected.
Please contact Senator Bray to tell him that you disagree with his stance approving the IU mandates and going against the Attorney General’s opinion and against freedom . You expect him to stand up for Hoosiers and stand with our Attorney General. Bray had little to nothing to do with the amendment for the covid vaccine passport ban. Neither did Rep Chris Campbell D, who likely doesn’t support it, but she is quoted on the news as being a co-author on the bill who understands that the amendment didn’t include state units such as state universities. She had nothing to do with the amendment. The Republicans didn’t even want to vote on the amendment to ban the covid vaccine passports. They did so begrudgingly, because the people were so angry and that was their breadcrumb to throw. Those Republicans pander to IU, PU, the Chamber of Commerce, Eli Lily, etc…..but they work for us. Let’s remind them in the primaries. If you are interested in running in a primary against these anti-freedom legislators, please do and let us know.

The other legislator to contact is Rep Heath VanNatter.
Legislative Assistant: Elias Arnett
Phone: 317-232-9643 | 1-800-382-9841
Email: h38@iga.in.gov


Ask him why he killed HB 1488 which banned mandates for vaccines under emergency use but now wants do nothing Holcomb to ban mandates under emergency use.

HB 1488 “Vaccination exemptions. Prohibits an employer from requiring, as a condition of employment, an employee or prospective employee to receive an immunization that: (1) has been approved for emergency use; and (2) lacks full approval from the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Prohibits an employer from: (1) inquiring into; or (2) otherwise requiring an employee or prospective employee to disclose; the reason for refusing an immunization that: (A) has been approved for emergency use; and (B) lacks full approval from the FDA. Allows for a civil cause of action against an employer for specified violations.”
Rep VanNatter refused to give the bill a hearing. We set up a meeting with him, but he did not show up. He wasted our time, because we waited for him. He did not have the respect to cancel.

He signed on the letter with 18 other Republicans asking Gov Holcomb to make an executive order banning vaccine mandates under emergency use authorization. According to people who got a response from his office, Holcomb is supportive of IU’s mandate and is not going to step in. Is anyone surprized about that?! Come on. VanNatter is on the contact list, because he is chair of the employment committee in the House. He chose to kill a bill in his committee that would have banned mandating vaccines under emergency use. Now he is asking the Governor to do exactly what he chose not to do a few months ago. He doesn’t support freedom or he would have heard HB 1488. Are these legislators just pretending to care and fight right now, because they know the Governor won’t do anything? Do they want to look like freedom fighters to the majority of people who don’t know what does on during legislator session? All the while doing everything they can to kill bills that support medical freedom when they have the opportunity to pass them.

Lastly, please contact Rep Todd Huston and tell him to stand with the Attorney General. Tell him you are against covid vaccine mandates.
Contact Information
Legislative Assistant: Brittany Jenkins
Phone: 317-232-9677 | 1-800-382-9841
h37@iga.in.gov

And as always, contact your own Senator and Representative to tell them to stand for medical liberty and to side with the Attorney General.