Ohio Attorney General Rejects Proposal To Ban Vaccine Mandates For The Fourth Time.

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After Attorney General Dave Yost rejected a proposed bill banning vaccine mandates on March 11, a group of Ohio citizens says they would not give up. Yost had declined the initiative for the fourth time.

He emphasized the fact that the ballot summary text provided by the proposal’s backers is incorrect this time.

Yost wrote to Diana Smith, the ballot initiative’s creator, alleging that the proposed ballot summary incorrectly said that the proposed law would prohibit employers from discriminating against people based on their vaccination status.

He also pointed out that the proposed measure’s summary falsely claims that public entities cannot deter businesses from breaking the law or penalize firms for refusing to do so.

Yost also pointed out two other areas in which the draft summary misrepresented the proposed law’s impact on businesses.

The “Vaccine Choice and Anti-Discrimination Act,” if passed by voters, would make it illegal for anyone, including public officials and employees, government agencies, local governments, schools, daycare centers, nursing homes, residential care facilities, health-care providers, insurers, institutions, and employers, to force people to get vaccines.

Bars, restaurants, live entertainment venues, and other establishments would be prohibited from refusing service to anyone based on their immunization status.

The measure would also give Ohioans the option of not disclosing their vaccination status, and anyone who believes the law has been broken might initiate a civil case against the alleged violator.

According to the initiated statute procedure, petitioners must submit their proposal to the attorney general’s office with signatures from 1,000 Ohio voters from at least 44 of the state’s 88 counties.

If Yost and the ballot board approve the issue, the group will need to gather approximately 132,000 signatures to get it to the state legislature.

The proposal has a four-month deadline for lawmakers to pass it. If that doesn’t happen, petitioners can collect signatures and place the issue on the general election ballot for voters to decide.

House Bill 248, which was introduced on April 6, 2021, and received six hearings, the last on August 24, 2021, is comparable to the ballot measure. Despite receiving over 1,300 proponent testimonies, the bill remains in the House Health Committee.

The Ohio Chamber of Commerce opposes the proposed legislation, as well as any legislation that would place restrictions on what businesses can and cannot do in response to vaccine mandates.

Gov. Mike DeWine of Ohio is a supporter of the COVID-19 vaccine and has stated that he will not sign any bill that prohibits vaccinations.

In September 2021, Republican State Rep. Jennifer Gross, the bill’s sponsor, was removed from the health committee by Republican Speaker of the House Rep. Bob Cupp.

Cupp informed Gross that she had been removed from the committee because she had introduced a discharge petition to have HB 248 removed from the health committee and placed on the House floor for a vote.

The petition did not receive the minimum number of signatures, and HB 248 is currently stuck in committee.

When Smith, a Certified Medical Assistant who resides in the little community of Bradford in northwest Ohio, realized that HB 248 was stuck in the health committee, she decided to move forward with the ballot issue in October 2021.

“Our elected representatives refused to respect the Ohio Constitution and refused to allow HB 248 to be voted on.” As a result, I began the initiative petition.

“I went to the Ohio attorney general’s website and pulled samples from previous ballot proposals to put together the summary,” Smith explained.

“I am not a vaccine skeptic. I am an outspoken opponent of mandates and discrimination. People should be able to do their own research and pick what they want done to their body without discrimination.”

Ohio Advocates for Medical Freedom (OAMF) representatives were working on similar projects and connected with Smith and her volunteer team.

For the four attempts to win clearance from Yost, those groups contacted multiple citizen organizations around the state to collect more than 8,000 signatures.

According to attorney Nick Owens, the most recent rejection, claiming that the statute summary was not “fair and truthful,” is by far the most absurd, because the summary language was derived directly from the Ohio Legislative Service Commission’s own H.B. 248 bill analysis, which was distributed to all members of the Ohio General Assembly. In the fourth proposal submission, Owens represented Smith.

“Either Attorney General Yost’s rejection of the initiated statute petition is an overt attempt to prevent Ohio citizens from exercising their constitutional right to bypass an impotent legislative body that has consistently ignored Ohioans, or the Ohio Legislative Service Commission is incompetent in analyzing and summarizing legislation that they are drafting for Members of the Ohio General Assembly,” said OAMF president Stephanie Stock.

“Legislative members and the general public rely heavily on LSC’s bill analysis when choosing whether to support or oppose upcoming legislation,” Stock added.

“The latest rejection of this citizen-initiated bill should make all Ohioans, conservatives and liberals alike, wonder if the state even has a functional representative government.”

Devon Horsman, a Beavercreek resident, signed the fourth petition and worked behind the scenes to support the first three campaigns.

Horsman, a midwife, feels that people should be able to make their own decisions about what they inject into their bodies.

“This is something that the people of Ohio desire.” “That was demonstrated by the amount of proponent testimonies on HB 248,” Horsman said. “This matter should be taken out of the hands of the state legislature and put to the people to decide.”

As the Ohio Advocates for Medical Freedom President stated, the rejection of these proposals is either a blatant display of Attorney General Dave Yost’s opposition toward his people, or a painful example of incompetence. Either way you look at it, we have no time to be dealing with such ignorance. The man needs to be voted out and replaced with someone who has genuine concern for the rights of American citizens. The same can be said with the numerous politicians who are seemingly unaware of the fact that they are asphyxiating freedom loving citizens globally via tyrannical policy. Prayers go out to attorney general Dave Yost and his family so that he may acknowledge Gods will in his life; As well as those he seeks to persecute. Stay inquisitive in the word of God, and the world around you.

California senators rejected a bill on March 15 that would have eliminated Gov. Gavin Newsom’s emergency powers, which he has been using for almost two years.

The motion, Senate Concurrent Resolution 5, was defeated by eight members of the California Senate Committee on Governmental Organization. There were four members that voted in favor.

If passed, the bill would remove the state of emergency declared by Newsom, a Democrat, on March 4, 2020. As a result, the powers granted by the proclamation would be revoked.

“An open-ended state of emergency with unrestricted powers vested in a chief executive is incompatible with democratic democracy,” the resolution says, adding that “a healthy balance between the legislative and executive branches must be restored.”

Before the vote, state Sen. Melissa Melendez, a Republican who introduced the bill, told colleagues, “It’s time for the state to allow local governments to take the lead and address emergencies locally without the shotgun approach of a statewide emergency,” citing the sharp drop in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations, and deaths.

Melendez and three other Republican senators voted in favor of the resolution; the eight Democrats who voted against it were all Democrats.

State Senator Benjamin Allen, a Democrat who ended up voting no, said there was “so much that’s compelling about this bill,” but that declaring the emergency over would “hinder our capacity to accomplish a lot that involves battling this pandemic.”

State Senator Bill Dodd, a Democrat who voted against the bill, said that while the drop in COVID-19 metrics was encouraging, “the existing state of emergency declared by the governor is absolutely critical to ensure that the state can quickly and efficiently continue to respond to the COVID 19 pandemic and be prepared for possible future variants and surges.”

Newsom has scheduled 18 of the 63 measures connected to the state of emergency to expire at the end of March and another 15 at the end of June, according to Dodd.

He stated that the other measures are “critical for maintaining government flexibility.”

Newsom’s office did not respond to a request for comment after he survived a recall effort in 2021.

After the vote, Melendez wrote on Twitter that the state legislature’s Democrats are “content to abdicate their responsibilities to the governor.”

“The state of emergency will remain in effect, as will the governor’s authority to close schools and businesses,” she stated.

This is what it looks like in the belly of the beast (LA), we have to assume that thousands of Americans with the correct political preferences are stuck in this hell hole taking care of loved ones, or are too poverty stricken to make their way out of this place. The decision for Los Angeles Unified School District to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations is a political power play by these tyrants. Because these children and their parents aren’t protected by religious exemption.

The left seeks to dismantle the closely held beliefs of true freedom loving Americans. 1 Peter 4:12-14 says: “Beloved, do not be surprised at the fiery trial when it comes upon you to test you, as though something strange were happening to you. But rejoice insofar as you share Christ’s sufferings, that you may also rejoice and be glad when his glory is revealed. If you are insulted for the name of Christ, you are blessed, because the Spirit of glory and of God rests upon you.” Stay inquisitive in the word of God, and the world around you.

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