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Immunization Registry

 

Status: (Introduced) 04-01-2021 - Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Healthcare

 

Summary:

Alabama Senate Bill 380 would expand the ImmPRINT vaccination registry system to include adults as well as children in Alabama without an option to opt-out. 

Sponsor: Senator Whatley

How To Act: Contact your Senator and the Senate Healthcare Committee members to share your thoughts on SB 380 and how you'd like them to vote. 

Vaccine Passport Ban

 

Status: (Introduced) 04-13-2021 - Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Health

 

Summary:

Alabama House Bill 621 would prohibit the issuance of vaccine passports, to prohibit entities from requiring an individual to receive an immunization as a condition for receiving government benefits or services

Sponsor: Representative Chris Sells

How To Act: Contact your local representative and the House Health Committee to share your thoughts on HB 621 and how you'd like them to vote.

Vaccine Anti-Discrimination Bill

 

Status: (Introduced) 04-07-2021 - Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Health

 

Summary:

Alabama House Bill 608 would prohibit an employer from taking adverse action against an employee based on immunization status relating to any experimental vaccination or for coronavirus. This bill would also prohibit a public place from refusing entry based on immunization status. ​

Sponsor: Representative Charlotte Meadows 

How To Act: Contact your local representative and the House Health Committee to share your thoughts on HB 608 and how you'd like them to vote.

Status: 01-25-2021 - Referred to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce.

Sponsor: Representatives

Andy Biggs [AZ] 

Jeff Duncan [SC] 

David Cawthorn [NC] 

Chip Roy [TX] 

Mary Miller [IL]

Summary: 

House Bill 450 intends to prohibit the use of Federal funds to propose, establish, implement, or enforce any requirement that an individual wear a mask or other face covering, or be vaccinated, to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and for other purposes.

Text: No text on file

Status: 1-25-2021 - Referred to the House Committee on Energy and Commerce

Sponsor: Representatives

Andy Biggs [AZ]

Jeff Duncan [SC]

David Cawthorn [NC]

Mary Miller [IL]

 

Summary: House Bill 449 intends to prohibit the use of Federal funds to maintain or collect information that can be used to identify any individual to whom a COVID-19 vaccine is administered, and for other purposes.

Text: No bill text on file. 


Status: 2-11-2021 - Referred to House Committee on Oversight and Reform 

Sponsor: Representatives 

Michael Cloud [TX]

Gary Palmer [AL]

Jeff Duncan [SC]

Doug LaMalfa [CA]

Bill Posey [FL]

Jim Jordan [OH]

Brian Babin [TX]

Summary: Disapproving the action of the District of Columbia Council in approving the Minor Consent for Vaccinations Amendment Act of 2020.

Vaccine Anti-Discrimination Bill

 

Status: 4-21-2021 - Passed out of House of Representatives Committee on Health with one amendment.

04-08-2021 - Engrossed - 50% progression

04-08-2021 - House: Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Health

04-08-2021 - Engrossed

04-08-2021 - Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 872

04-08-2021 - Orr motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 871

04-08-2021 - Orr first Substitute Offered

04-08-2021 - Third Reading Passed

03-03-2021 - Read for the second time and placed on the calendar

02-24-2021 - Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Healthcare

 

Summary:

Alabama Senate Bill 267 would prohibit the issuance of vaccine passports and prohibit entities from requiring an individual to receive an immunization as a condition for receiving government benefits or services​

Sponsor: Senator Arthur Orr

How To Act: Contact your local representative and the House Health Committee to share your thoughts on SB 267 and how you'd like them to vote. 

Limits on State Health Officer and State of Emergency Measures

 

Status: 04-15-2021 - House: Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Health 

04-01-2021 - Engrossed

04-01-2021 - Motion to Read a Third Time and Pass adopted Roll Call 721

04-01-2021 - Whatley motion to Adopt adopted Roll Call 720

04-01-2021 - Rules Committee Petition to Cease Debate adopted Roll Call 719

04-01-2021 - Whatley first Substitute Offered

04-01-2021 - Third Reading Passed

03-11-2021 - Whatley motion to Carry Over to the Call of the Chair adopted Voice Vote

03-11-2021 - Third Reading Carried Over to Call of the Chair

02-03-2021 - Read for the second time and placed on the calendar

(Introduced) 02-02-2021 - Read for the first time and referred to the Senate Committee on Judiciary

 

Summary:

Alabama Senate Bill 97 would limit the State Health Officer and State of Emergency measures.

Sponsor: Sen. Thomas Whatley, Sen. Greg Albritton, Sen. Gerald Allen, Sen. Will Barfoot, Sen. Donnie Chesteen, Sen. Chris Elliott, Sen. Sam Givhan, Sen. Garlan Gudger, 

Sen. Andrew Jones, Sen. Steve Livingston, Sen. Del Marsh, Sen. Jim McClendon, Sen. Arthur Orr, Sen. Clay Scofield, Sen. Shay Shelnutt 

How To Act: Contact your local representative and the House Health Committee to share your thoughts on SB 267 and how you'd like them to vote.

My Body, My Choice Vaccination Bill

 

Status: (Introduced) 02-02-2021 - Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Health

 

Summary:

Alabama House Bill 278 will prevent Alabama employers from taking action against employees for their vaccination status, including the new, experimental Covid vaccine. 
 

Sponsor: Representatives Ritchie Whorton & Tommy Hanes

How To Act:

Click here to sign our petition to the House Health Committee in regard to this bill

Contact your local representative to share your thoughts on HB 278 and how you'd like them to vote.

Immunization Tracking Bill

 

Status: (Introduced) 02-10-2021 - Passed out of Health Committee with one amendment 

02-02-2021 - Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Health

 

Summary:

Alabama House Bill 184 will make the ImmPRINT vaccination registry system mandatory for all children and adults in Alabama. 

This is the same bill we've seen in previous years. 

Sponsor: Representatives Paul Lee & Randy Wood

How To Act: E-mail, message, call, and continue to contact your representatives with your thoughts on this bill and how you'd like them to vote.

Protect Alabama Employees Bill

 

Status: (Introduced) 2-02-2021 - Read for the first time and referred to the House of Representatives committee on Commerce and Small Business

 

Summary: Alabama House Bill 214 will prohibit employers from taking adverse actions against an employee based on immunization status. 

Sponsor: Representatives Chip Brown & Shane Stringer

How To Act: E-mail, message, call, and continue to contact your representatives with your thoughts on this bill and how you'd like them to vote.