A newly filed bill in the Florida Senate puts further guardrails on what can happen during a public health emergency.
SB 1618, filed Friday by Sen. Clay Yarborough, makes several key changes to Section 381.00315 of the Florida Statutes, the section governing public health advisories and emergencies. Vaccinations would be impacted, as would the Governor’s prerogatives to impose a public health emergency and a right to refuse treatment based on “conscience” and other subjective factors.
The Jacksonville Republican’s bill clarifies legislative intent to include that “treatment” does not include compulsory vaccinations, a seeming response to inoculations made compulsory in much of the
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