The good and the VERY bad bills in RI

The good and the VERY bad bills in RI

Rhode Island currently has multiple bills in the statehouse this year and a couple more are still expected to be submitted in the topic of Health Choices.

There is a push across the nation and through federal agencies to impede on religious freedoms and medical freedoms, and that is simply atrocious. We should all support the rights we have and protect them, or we will fall farther from being a free nation.

THE GOOD BILLS

H5165 that a previous update was sent about

S300 Senate Resolution Respectfully Urging The United States Congress To Repeal The 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act And Subpoena Dr. William Thompson

S303 Where the immunization is for a non-casual contact disease transmitted by sexual contact between individuals, an adult person, parent, guardian, or other person having custody of a minor child, may elect against vaccination for themselves or on behalf of the minor child, by furnishing their decision in writing to the school. All consent forms or other correspondence sent to parents and guardians with respect to vaccinations shall affirmatively notify them of the option to opt out of participation in the vaccination program.

S213 The Rhode Island informed consent protection act

 

BAD BILL

H5541 The Adult Database tracking bill from last year is back again!!  Read the blog post from last year about this bill written by a fierce volunteer. This is the bill that wants to add to the KidsNet database (one for children up to age 18 in RI~ auto enrolled without any opt out option) that is auto enroll and you don’t sign yourself up, you are put in whether you want to be or not.

 

additional bill you may have interest in H 5540 DOH clinical trial website

 

ACT NOW ~ CALL, EMAIL, AND SHOW UP

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House Committee Members  TO SUPPORT H5165 and OPPOSE H5541

Representative Joseph M. McNamara
  Chairman
  Representative Dennis M. Canario
  First Vice Chairman
  Representative Robert D. Phillips
  Second Vice Chairman
  Representative Mia A. Ackerman
  Member
  Representative Karen Alzate
  Member
  Representative Gregg Amore
  Member
  Representative Samuel A. Azzinaro
  Member
  Representative David A. Bennett
  Member
  Representative Christopher R. Blazejewski
  Member
  Representative Julie A. Casimiro
  Member
  Representative Susan R. Donovan
  Member
  Representative John W. Lyle, Jr.
  Member
  Representative Shelby Maldonado
  Member
  Representative Sherry Roberts
  Member
  Representative Jose R. Serodio
  Member
Secretary: Lisa Cataldi
Phone: 401-222-2296
Email: lcataldi@rilegislature.gov

 

Senate Committee Members  TO SUPPORT s300 s303 s213

Senator Joshua Miller
  Chairperson
  Senator Gayle L. Goldin
  Vice Chairperson
  Senator James C. Sheehan
  Secretary
  Senator Elizabeth A. Crowley
  Member
  Senator Valarie J. Lawson
  Member
  Senator Donna M. Nesselbush
  Member
  Senator Thomas J. Paolino
  Member
  Senator Adam J. Satchell
  Member
  Senator Bridget Valverde
  Member
Clerk: Robin Dionne
Phone: 222-2381
Email: Slegislation@rilegislature.gov

Speaker Mattiello

rep-mattiello@rilegislature.gov   (401)222-2466

Senate President Ruggerio

sen-ruggerio@rilegislature.gov   (401) 222-6655

 

These are the two committees these bills will be heard in front of. You can call the secretary/clerk and ask for anyone in the list, they should be able to transfer your call.

All email addresses are listed. When you send them an email you write up, if you don’t mind including admin@nohpvmandateri.com also, we can keep track of the number of emails they are getting sent about the bills and hold them accountable. We will be sending out an alert later this evening of prewritten emails, so you have an example in which you can edit if you wish.

Go the statehouse and speak with legislators prior to the hearings, tell as many as you are willing about these bills. We will go with you, just reach out.

The hearings have not been scheduled yet we will let you know when they are.

 

Thank you for your support in the efforts of fighting for informed consent and to reverse the mandate of the HPV vaccine in RI

Please share this message far and wide WE NEED NUMBERS TO WIN

 

 

Want to learn more about getting more involved? Reply with your town, phone, and interests. We will be happy to chat with you. admin@nohpvmandateri.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gross Errors Were Found in the Memorandum, Which the Oversight & Investigations Subcommittee Members Received, for the Hearing on “Confronting a Growing Public Health Threat: Measles Outbreaks in the U.S.” ~~~~~ To read more on this topic click here

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