Vaccine

chadwimc

12 pointer
Oct 29, 2004
2,702
Earth
vaccine6.jpg
 

bassvax

8 pointer
Jul 25, 2007
750
WKY
Our local State Senate Rep Robby Mills posted this on his Facebook page.

"
Robby Mills for KY
AheamdcoutarguSsdt l9p oat n7d:2lnecsordetd2 cgPMa ·
I started my day with this email screen, and most of the emails pretained to mandatory vaccinations.
I have always placed the utmost importance on personal and business liberties, and beleive that these important concepts are the bedrock of our great country. The coronavirus, vaccinations and the need to get our economy and lives moving again, has brought these two important concepts in to conflict in recent days.
Last sesssion(2021), the Legislature passed SB8, which I co-sponsored. This law addressed mandatory required vaccinations by the State of children and adults. It allows children, whose doctor objected to the child being vaccinated, to be able to opt out of mandatory vaccinations. It allows children, whose parent objected because of religous conviction, to opt out of mandatory vaccinations. Finally, it allows adults that object based on religous grounds or conscientiously held beliefs, to opt out of mandatory vaccinations.
Clearly, the opinion of the KY Senate and KY House, is to NOT mandate Covid-19 vaccination, but to allow individuals and their doctor to make their own vaccination decisions.
However, SB8 did NOT address employer mandated vaccinations, which is occurring at some local employers, as we speak.
Employer Mandatory Vaccinations pits personal liberties against business liberties, and will undoubtably be an issue that will be tried and decided in court. The KY Legislature will not be in a position to speak to this issue until January 2022. Governor Beshear could speak to this issue in an executive order and Attorney General Camron could challenge the executive order.
My approach will be very cautious when approaching limiting the liberties of either indivduals or businesses, but it is important to note that not all jobs and workplaces are the same, and the specifics of each workplace may require vaccinations or legislative adjustments to limit business liability and increase customer or patient safety.
We truly are in unprecedented times that are bringing up new, legal questions that have never ben addressed. I pledge to protect both individual and business liberties, when we address this issue in the 2022 General Assembly.
 

Attachments

  • 236427575_4303209979699685_3260152769845316758_n.jpg
    236427575_4303209979699685_3260152769845316758_n.jpg
    51 KB · Views: 61

yote hunter

12 pointer
Oct 30, 2004
2,613
bullitt county
Our local State Senate Rep Robby Mills posted this on his Facebook page.

"
Robby Mills for KY
AheamdcoutarguSsdt l9p oat n7d:2lnecsordetd2 cgPMa ·
I started my day with this email screen, and most of the emails pretained to mandatory vaccinations.
I have always placed the utmost importance on personal and business liberties, and beleive that these important concepts are the bedrock of our great country. The coronavirus, vaccinations and the need to get our economy and lives moving again, has brought these two important concepts in to conflict in recent days.
Last sesssion(2021), the Legislature passed SB8, which I co-sponsored. This law
addressed mandatory required vaccinations by the State of children and adults. It allows children, whose doctor objected to the child being vaccinated, to be able to opt out of mandatory vaccinations. It allows children, whose parent objected because of religous conviction, to opt out of mandatory vaccinations. Finally, it allows adults that object based on religous grounds or conscientiously held beliefs, to opt out of mandatory vaccinations.
Clearly, the opinion of the KY Senate and KY House, is to NOT mandate Covid-19 vaccination, but to allow individuals and their doctor to make their own vaccination decisions.
However, SB8 did NOT address employer mandated vaccinations, which is occurring at some local employers, as we speak.
Employer Mandatory Vaccinations pits personal liberties against business liberties, and will undoubtably be an issue that will be tried and decided in court. The KY Legislature will not be in a position to speak to this issue until January 2022. Governor Beshear could speak to this issue in an executive order and Attorney General Camron could challenge the executive order.
My approach will be very cautious when approaching limiting the liberties of either indivduals or businesses, but it is important to note that not all jobs and workplaces are the same, and the specifics of each workplace may require vaccinations or legislative adjustments to limit business liability and increase customer or patient safety.
We truly are in unprecedented times that are bringing up new, legal questions that have never ben addressed. I pledge to protect both individual and business liberties, when we address this issue in the 2022 General Assembly.
He sounds like a chicken shit coward to me. Tell him to pick a side or get out of the way.
 


Latest posts

Top