Today 4/22 is the Last Day of Indiana Legislative Session. We can still fight the Vaccine Passports TODAY.

Indiana Lawmakers are still considering banning vaccine passports!

Today is the last day to ban vaccine passports in Indiana. It’s in a bill this morning; but MUST be called up for vote. It’s now or never.

Continue to call Speaker Huston and Senate Pro Tem Bray voicing your desire to see Indiana ban vaccine passports!

House Speaker Representative Todd Huston PHONE: 317-232-9677 EMAIL: H37@in.gov

Senate Pro Tem Rodric Bray PHONE: 317-232-9416 EMAIL: Senator.Bray@iga.in.gov

HB 1405. Read Conference Committee Report Section 13 page 8 in the comments below.

http://iga.in.gov/legislative/2021/bills/house/1405?fbclid=IwAR0jxX9orAV8yw5Ul6Uwa1u3zV1tr8OPX1wFMoFJGlvP_CE0OsIsPfIONC8#document-31c1aa0b

Also, please call your State Rep. and Senator. You can find their contact info here: http://iga.in.gov/legislative/find-legislators/

CALL TODAY. CALL THIS MORNING. CALL CALL CALL

IF WE DON’T STOP THIS DIGITAL HEALTH CERTIFICATE, VACCINE PASSPORT, QR CODE SCANNER, WHATEVER THEY WANT TO CALL IT…….WE HAVE LOST OUR FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT BASED ON OUR VACCINE STATUS. THIS TYRANNY WILL ONLY GET WORSE NOT BETTER. WE CANNOT STAND DOWN.

Make no mistake, legislative leadership absolutely decides what bills and amendments will get hearings and will or will not pass. Senator Bray and Rep Huston may try to say they have nothing to do with YOUR area if they aren’t your legislators. BUT they CONTROL your legislators. They TELL YOUR legislators what to do. So they absolutely need to hear from you and how mad people are. The primaries are coming up, and we need to run candidates that actually pass freedom laws, not anti-freedom laws that the current administration continues to either dole out or do nothing about.

When up Against Tyranny, You don’t Take a Knee

The speech Attorney Leigh Dundas gave at a recent event is a must watch. She details the fight against forced vaccine passports in California including vaccinating kids without consent. Watch it before it disappears from you tube. The last few minutes, she shares an extremely important story about a modern human slave who stood up to her soon to be killers.

Here is her website, because Google won’t show it in a search. Even if you click on the link, it shows as unsafe with the software because they don’t want people to go to the website. They also attack her religious beliefs to discredit her…even though we don’t see them attack actor Tom Cruise in every article who has the same group of beliefs.

https://sendfox.com/leighdundas/feed

https://www.citizens-rights.org/

Here is an Alabama citizen who did not take a knee when standing against tyranny. Christopher Key is fighting against the masking and mandates.

Below is Christopher’s website with many links to information on vaccines.

https://www.keys2life.info/letters

Article by a Follower

This article was sent to us by a follower of the page, so we thought it would be good to share with others.

Indianapolis airport TSA is implementing facial recognition for your safety.

https://www.wrtv.com/news/local-news/tsa-testing-automated-identity-recognition-at-indianapolis-airport?fbclid=IwAR2X7qoHpe4P-QYSc-eIDof–Xt31iP2p_jj3Il7r0fz37tUt4K8vqhfEoM

Californian still doesn’t have most schools open. Now they’re implementing a type of daily pass that students will scan for entry and will include vaccine status. All in the name of “sicherheit” (that’s German for safely since the Nazi also used safety as an excuse).

Facebook CEO shares concerns about side effects of injecting mRNA in an internal meeting.

This video likely will not stay up on You Tube very long. Zuckerberg had concerns about the downstream effects that might cause mutations later using the mRNA gene technology in the experimental covid vaccines. However, he had Dr. Fauci claim there’s no harm in a video for the public (with zero basis to say that).

Indoor Rally/Meeting Wed 2/3 at 10am at the Statehouse

A message from Hoosiers for Medical Liberty

TIME TO PIVOT!

2/2/2021

I want everyone to PAUSE calls to the Pensions and labor committee! We have heard from more than one committee member that they are just as frustrated as we are and that their hands are tied.

Time to put the pressure squarely where it belongs: on Senate Leadership. They are the only ones who can change this. Please continue your calls to Senators Bray and Boots (phone numbers below). We will refocus some of our energy and start bringing media coverage to the importance of this issue.
We ask that you spend the next week calling news stations and letting them know how infuriating it is that SB74 has been held hostage in committee. It is important that you share with the media that the bill has bipartisan support and a total of 9 authors.
The news station should be aware of the capture of our legislative leaders, resulting in the betrayal of Hoosier representation and holding the bill hostage.

PLEASE TEXT 260-286-0988 the word: MEDIA

We will provide Indianapolis contacts and ask that you contact your local stations, as well. They may be able to get video coverage from Indy affiliates of our Wednesday February 3rd Statehouse event.

I just want to remind everyone of our event TOMORROW. We will start at 10 am so please be inside the statehouse and ready to go. This event is to show our Legislators support. Behavior is to reflect that. We will treat the Statehouse with respect; no moving furniture or littering. Treat ALL persons with the integrity and respect that you wish to be represented with. I don’t feel this is necessary for this group but feel like these words of affirmation are needed.

Now the details:
Senate Leader Rodric Bray 317-232-9416
Committee Chair Senator Phil Boots 317-234-9054
To tell them to stop holding SB74 hostage.

Next Call the media with the following information: Please provide coverage for Senate Bill 74, an important worker’s rights bill. It is infuriating that SB74 has been held hostage in committee. We have been told to stop calling legislators on this bill because phones were ringing every minute. This bill has bipartisan support AND a total of 9 authors. Constituents will be down at the Statehouse by 10am Wednesday Feb 3rd to show their support for SB74.

WRTV6: (317) 262-1440
WishTV8: 317-931-2222
WXIN-TV: 317-632-5900
WTHR13: 317-636-1313
IndyStar: tony.cook@indystar.com
https://static.indystar.com/en/submitletter/
Remember to call your local stations as well.

Again, text the number above for a list of clickable numbers.

Thank you!

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Updated Action Alerts for SB74

The Indiana Statehouse is closed on January 20. Do not plan to show up that day. SB 74 will not be voted on next week. This bill ensures your right to decline an employer mandated vaccine. That means we have to spend time calling and emailing to support it this week, because the opposition will surely be working hard against your rights and they have more funds to do this.

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

The opposition, including the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, are saying employers outside of healthcare are highly unlikely to require vaccines. That’s not true. We already saw Universities and lawn care companies require the flu vaccine this year. In Georgia, there was bill last year trying to mandate restaurant workers to get vaccines. Mandating vaccines as a condition of employment is big agenda.

https://www.wusa9.com/mobile/article/news/verify/covid-vaccine-mandates-does-your-employer-have-to-make-you-take-the-vaccine-fact-check/65-f46ecbf0-fdb4-4250-aa65-f0ae36817878?fbclid=IwAR1G9N5mo9Kkh7VuQOlipL_Owjs7-TlYvu3fFdUHtCISYaOy7DqssrWI-sQ

From the article link: “

Professor Meyers says employers can challenge workers who refuse a vaccine citing religious objections.

“People who just come in there and say, ‘I have my own religion, and I don’t, and we’re opposed to vaccinations,’ that is never going to work,” he said.

“I think if you were trying to enter a sporting event, a concert, I suspect most of them are going to say no, we’re not taking any exemptions,” Dr. Caplan added.”

This issue is coming to a head with people who decline a vaccine that has a side effect listed of death becoming third class citizens. We are at least trying to save your means of financial support by ensuring employment protection. If you want more protections, you need to get actively involved.

You may copy these article links and share them with the legislators. Workers are already being laid off for refusing during the emergency use authorization.

https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/2021/01/15/wisconsin-nursing-home-employees-laid-off-not-taking-covid-vaccine-rock-haven/4180247001/?fbclid=IwAR1N6_vkVvkt1iVZybx1YAFHa-dcpNKJIyAp-2JEP-yOdrHQl-9BB-UCquw

If you are a business owner and support freedom for bodily autonomy, the link below has sample letters for business owners to use when writing to support the bill.

Don’t stop calling. Send 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.

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/