Wisconsin State Lawmakers have passed a bill barring COVID-19 vaccine mandates in the state.
This bill would bar employers and government officials from requiring a mask mandate.
State lawmakers on Tuesday passed a series of Republican-authored bills that would require COVID-19 vaccines to be optional and sent to Democratic Gov. Tony Evers a bill that gives GOP lawmakers control over how federal relief funds are spent in Wisconsin.
Evers said he would veto legislation that gives Republican lawmakers authority over COVID-19 relief funds before the bill was introduced. But he hasn’t yet said whether he will sign legislation that bars employers and government officials from requiring vaccinations.
Assembly Bill 23 and Assembly Bill 25 bar government health officials and private employers, respectively, from requiring individuals to receive a vaccine against the coronavirus and its variants, which cause COVID-19.
This would help stop the pressure campaign that is on its way to force Americans to take the vaccine.
Rather than specifically mandating that the vaccine must be taken, they will simply make it so people who don’t take it can’t find work or shop in the stores they used to.
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