SB 1150
Modifies provisions relating to certain experimental or investigational medical treatments
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Last Action:
3/10/2022 - Second Read and Referred S Commerce, Consumer Protection, Energy and the Environment Committee
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Effective Date:
August 28, 2022

Current Bill Summary

SB 1150 - Under this act, it shall be unlawful for any entity or person, directly or indirectly, to require any other person to receive a medication, vaccination, or injection, the use of which has not been fully authorized by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, is allowed under an emergency use authorization, or is undergoing safety trials, if the person objects on the basis of religious beliefs, moral convictions, or philosophical reasons. No entity or person shall harass, intimidate, or administer any punitive action against a person who objects to such medication, vaccination, or injection based on such beliefs, convictions, or reasons. Any person who has been harassed or intimidated or against whom a punitive action has been taken or threatened to be taken in violation of this act shall have a private cause of action, as described in the act, and the Attorney General shall have the authority to bring a cause of action to enforce the provisions of this act.

This act is similar to HB 1710 (2022).



No Amendments Found.