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Senate Bill 869
Summary: Requires health care practitioner, before administering vaccination to child, to obtain informed consent from parent of child or, if child is emancipated or has reached age of majority, from child.

Establishes requirements for obtaining informed consent.

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Current Status
Hearing Scheduled March 28th @ 1pm in HR B

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Senate Bill 848
Summary:
Specifies that it is unlawful employment practice for employer to require, as condition of employment, that employee or prospective employee obtain or receive vaccination.

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Current Status:
Referred to Workforce.
Waiting on hearing.

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Senate Bill 687
Summary: Provides that definition of “abuse” does not include refusal to vaccinate child or decision to delay vaccination of child.

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Current Status:
Referred to Human Services, then Health Care
Waiting on hearing.

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Senate Bill 580
Summary:
Requires health care practitioner, before administering vaccination to child, to provide written notice of each vaccination that child is required to receive as condition of attending school or children’s facility in this state and of each exemption to that requirement.

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Current Status:
Hearing Scheduled March 28th @ 1pm in HR B

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Senate Bill 914
Summary:
Establishes that decisions related to immunizations are personal health care decisions and that immunizations may not be mandated as condition of employment unless required by federal law.

Makes violation unlawful employment practice.

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Current Status:
Hearing Scheduled March 28th @ 1pm in HR B

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