Requiring an employer to develop a process to allow an employee to obtain an exemption from a COVID-19 vaccination requirement; prohibiting an employer from terminating or forcing an employee to resign under certain circumstances; providing that certain employees have a cause of action against an employer and may seek certain relief and damages; etc.
why icm SUPPORTS HB1376
- There is no scientific justification for mandating Covid-19 vaccines in any workplace. No Covid-19 vaccine currently available effectively prevents infection or transmission; therefore there is no public health justification for mandating Covid-19 vaccination
- There is increasing scientific evidence that prior infection and recovery from Covid-19 confers robust, lasting protection against both infection and disease which is more effective than vaccine protection against disease
Who to contact about HB1376
There will be a hearing for HB1376 before the Health and Government Operations Committee on 3/14/2022 at 2:00 PM.
Please copy and paste the following email addresses of the Health and Government Operations and Economic Matters Committee members into the BCC section of your email in support of HB1376:
Please call the offices of the Health and Government Operations Committee members in support of HB1376:
Please note: Rules for submitting written and oral testimony have changed this year due to Covid-19 restrictions, and can be viewed here. We’re asking members for phone calls, emails, and written testimony only at this time.
Please spread the word! Let’s flood the offices of HB1376 sponsors and the HGO and Economic Matters committee members with polite, respectful, forceful emails and phone calls. They need to hear our voices!