Ongoing list of USA State level legislation we are watching.
Jump to state (if it’s not underlined, we don’t have anything yet):
WHO influence Across the States
Excellent handout by Stand for Health Freedom.
“Today, lawmakers are referencing the WHO as an authority, tomorrow they could give WHO authority. If you think that can’t happen, look no further than the CDC’s childhood vaccine schedule. Does your state take that guidance — which has no force of law — and turn it into law in your state?”
ID – SB 1287
“JURISDICTION OF CERTAIN HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS.
The world health organization shall have no jurisdiction in Idaho. Any requirements, mandates, recommendations, instructions, or guidance provided by the world health organization shall not be used in this state to justify any public health requirements, including but not limited to mask, vaccine, quarantine, or medical testing requirements. Any such requirements shall have no force or effect in Idaho.”
IA – HF 507
“The United States centers for disease control and prevention or any other federal agency, department, or official, and the world health organization or any other similar multinational entity asserting authority under color of law or pursuant to any alleged treaty shall have no jurisdiction in Iowa, and any requirements, mandates, recommendations, instructions, or guidance provided by these entities shall not be used in this state to justify any mask, vaccine, or medical testing requirements and shall have no force or effect in Iowa.”
KY – HJR 44
“WHEREAS, the Commonwealth of Kentucky affirms its sovereign right to nullify unconstitutional acts of the federal government, including but not limited to rulemaking, monitoring, and enforcement by federal agencies or unelected boards, executive orders of the President of the United States, orders or decisions of the federal courts, or the making or enforcing of treaties;”
An act to disallow the exercise of jurisdiction by the CDC and the WHO.
“Any requirements, mandates, recommendations, instructions, or guidance provided by either organization shall not be used in this state to justify any mask, vaccine, or medical testing requirements and shall have no force or effect in this state.”
“To express the sense of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of Louisiana with respect to any potential agreement with the World Health Organization relating to global pandemic response for the United States…WHEREAS, the IHR are legally binding and supersede the United States Constitution and will cede additional sovereignty, control, and legal authority over to the WHO; and…BE IT RESOLVED that the House of Representatives of the Legislature of Louisiana does hereby express its sense that any agreement with the World Health Organization relating to global pandemic response for the United States should require approval by the Legislature of Louisiana or by a majority vote of the citizens of this state.”
Dr. Kat Lindley provides testimony in NH in support of HB 1156
NH HB 1700 (in Committee)
“This bill establishes a regulatory process to prevent the intentional release of polluting emissions, in New Hampshire’s atmosphere and at ground level and provides penalties for violations. This bill requires reports of such violations to be made by state officials and members of the public to the department of environmental services air resources division of compliance and requires New Hampshire county sheriffs carry to enforce the provisions.”
TN: Senate Joint Resolution 9005
“A RESOLUTION to address the federal government’s penalizing, or taxation of, citizens of this State through enforcement of restrictions relative to COVID-19 by supporting the challenging, condemning, and nullifying of such action.”
“WHEREAS, in NFIB v. Sebelius, the Supreme Court held that the Commerce Clause cannot be used to compel individuals to engage in activity, even when such activity has an impact on interstate commerce; and WHEREAS, while the compelled activity in NFIB was purchasing health insurance, the logic applies with equal force to a federal mandate to get an injection or submit to a weekly test…”
“This state and its political subdivisions shall not adopt or implement policy recommendations that deliberately or inadvertently infringe or restrict private property rights without due process, as may be required by policy recommendations originating in, or traceable to, the United Nations or a subsidiary entity of the United Nations, including, but not limited to:
(1) “Agenda 21,” adopted by the United Nations in 1992 at its Conference on Environment and Development;
(2) The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, introduced at a United Nations Summit in 2015;
(3) The United Nations’ proposal to reach net zero emissions by 2050; or
(4) Another international law or ancillary plan of action that contravenes the constitution of the United States or the constitution of this state.
SB 57 (passed Senate)
Upholds principles of State Sovereignty
“The Legislature may, by concurrent resolution, prohibit a government officer from enforcing or assisting in the enforcement of a federal directive within the state if the Legislature determines the federal directive violates the principles of state sovereignty”