“Your right to earn a living should not be contingent upon COVID-19 shots”

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Governor DeSantis just announced a special session to pass legislation to protect Floridians’ medical freedom and right to earn a living!  Florida is fighting back against unjust and unscientific mandates

9:13 AM · Oct 21, 2021

"When we were doing the last legislative session, it would have never occurred to me that we would be in the situation that we are with some of the insanity that’s raining down right now.”


Among the laws DeSantis wants to see passed:

  • A proposal making businesses liable for any medical harm that results from a mandatory vaccination

  • An addendum to the 2021 law protecting businesses from coronavirus-related liability if those businesses mandate vaccination for their employees

  • A measure allowing parents to collect attorney’s fees if they win a lawsuit against a school district for enacting illegal coronavirus restrictions

  • A law making it clear that it’s illegal for governments to mandate the vaccine for government employees

DeSantis:You have these aggressive mandates which could potentially lead to many people losing their jobs .. some have already been terminated. That’s something that cannot wait until the regular Legislative session next year. So we will be calling the Legislature back for a special session. We want to make sure individuals in Florida have their livelihoods and jobs protected.” The federal government has no right to dictate a person’s medical decisions, he said. 

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