I think we can celebrate now! However note that the Senate website currently says the June 10 session is “ADJOURNED. Scheduled to RECONVENE: Call of the Temporary President” so technically they have not officially called the end of the session. However, our sources in Albany tell us it is over, and that the bills we are concerned with will not be coming up for a vote. – Michael Kane
from John Gilmore and Autism Action Network
Good News New York, the legislature went home in the wee hours this morning for the rest of the year and none of the bills we have been fighting so hard since January became law!
A276b (Paulin-D)/S762a (Krueger-D) that would allow drugs and vaccines purported to prevent sexually-transmitted diseases to be given to minors of any age without parental knowledge or consent went nowhere. Perhaps the fact that federal courts have established that any policy that gives a vaccine to a child without parental consent violates federal law, and is unconstitutional, finally got through to the legislators.
A837 (Dinowitz-D)/ S1946 (Hoylman-D) that would require the New York State Department of Health to post on their website the percentage of students at every school who have medical exemptions passed in the Assembly Health and Rules Committees but was never voted on the floor by the whole Assembly.
A7154 (McDonald-D)/ S1531 (Hoylman-D) that would have made recording vaccine records into the adult vaccine database essentially mandatory passed in the Assembly and on the floor of the Assembly, but went nowhere in the Senate.
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Perhaps even more important in the long run, two extremely dangerous bills A2178 (Dinowitz-D) that would have mandated COVID shots for pre-school daycare and K-12 students, and A2143 (Dinowitz-D) that would have mandated COVID shots for college students were withdrawn! A college mandate bill S624 (Hoylman-D) remains active.
The bills will remain active through November of 2024, so we must remain vigilant, especially on A7154/S1531, the bill to make adult database mandatory. This database is essential for the future of vaccine enforcement against adults and providing the raw data for vaccine passports, which is a top priority of the international vaccine industry.
This happened because thousands of us rallied, made office visits, emailed, wrote letters, commented online, protested, went to Albany and called and called and called. The hard work paid off.
Good work, folks!
Source: Teachers for Choice
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