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originally posted by: LSU2018
a reply to: Realtruth
I wouldn't be surprised if some states made this a law. My son starts Kindergarten this August and my wife and I already agreed that if a coronavirus shot is required then he'll be getting homeschooled.
If enough people say "Enough", they can't force the majority, however we have a massive number of apathetic people, in the USA, that really do care about their individual rights, and rights that people lost their live for.
SB 2006 will ensure that neither the state nor local governments can close businesses or keep students out of in-person instruction at Florida schools, except for hurricane emergencies, and caps all local emergency at seven-day increments. The legislation also allows the Governor of Florida to invalidate a local emergency order if it unnecessarily restricts individual rights or liberties. The bill also improves Florida’s emergency planning for future public health emergencies, by adding personal protective equipment and other public health supplies to the inventory of the Florida Division of Emergency Management. Additionally, the legislation codifies the prohibition of COVID-19 vaccine passports. Governor DeSantis enacted this prohibition through an executive order last month, blocking any business or government entity from requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Governo r Ron DeSantis Signs Landmark Legislation to Ban Vaccine Passports and Stem Government Overreach
sure they can if its a public school since the school board is part of the state government, and unlike the federal government, states are unitary and have absolute authority if they choose to exercise it.