Good news out of Montana.
The Montana state legislature just passed a bill that would bar employers from requiring vaccinations.
— The Hill (@thehill) April 27, 2021
The Montana legislature has passed a bill prohibiting employers from requiring that their workers get a particular vaccine.
The legislation, House Bill 702, makes it unlawful for employers to refuse or bar employment or discriminate against a person based on whether they have been vaccinated.
It also prohibits a person or governmental entity from denying goods, services or employment opportunities based on vaccination status. Further, it prevents a public accommodation from limiting or excluding people based on whether they have been vaccinated.
The bill is now going to be sent to the desk of Governor Greg Giantforte to be signed.
The bill has to do with all vaccines and not just the COVID vaccine.
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