Florida Legislature 2022 – Part II
Priorities for 2022 - Part 2
This email will continue a series about what can be prioritized in the 2022 Florida legislative session.
The key is to get pressure on these key issues. Representatives and Senators may attempt to avoid these issues by claiming it’s too late for new bills be filed. These issues can be handled by committees who can create new bills. Or these issues can be amended into existing bills.
Key issue 2: Forced Vaccine Authority
We here at the American Freedom Information Institute, Inc. have long been talking about Florida’s forced vaccine law.
In November, 2021 the legislature did remove the word “vaccine” from Florida Statute 381.00315.
But Florida’s State Health Officer still has a statute saying they can force Floridians to take a “treatment” against their will during public health emergencies.
Also the State Health Officer can force quarantines and isolations for public health emergency with apparently no statutory limits.
What’s more according to the Florida Pandemic Influenza Benchguide a group of judges believe Floridians can be forced to take a vaccine - even outside of a public health emergency - under Florida Statute 381.003(1)(e).
So there is work to do here. Much work.
What’s more bill S1234 want to reverse the legislature’s actions from November and re-insert the word “vaccine” into 381.00315.
Most legislators - and the public - are busy thinking Florida can’t force vaccines. But the language is right there.
If you care about medical freedom you need to tell your legislature to change this law.
NOTE: While legal issues are discussed this is education and is not legal advice. It is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney. Please consult your own attorney on your situation and to get legal advice about your circumstances. Courts are unpredictable may disagree with the author’s opinions.
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