In front of City Hall, 2,500 people showed up to attend the “Defeat the Vaccine Mandate” Rally.
THERE ARE OTHER BILLS UP TO BE PASSED, POSSIBLY AFTER MIDTERMS. One that is very concerning is the AB1993. It is postponed for now, “shelved” until further notice. Below is information on this bill and others. Contact your local lawmakers if you don’t believe these bills should pass!
SACRAMENTO — One of the most far-reaching vaccine bills introduced in the California Legislature this year is California Bill: AB1993 that requires ALL workers to be inoculated against COVID-19 was shelved on the eve of its first hearing.
Citing improved pandemic conditions and opposition from public safety unions, Assemblymember Buffy Wicks (D-Oakland) said she would hold Assembly Bill 1993, which require ALL employees and independent contractors, in both the public and private sectors, to be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of employment unless they have an exemption based on a medical condition, disability or religious beliefs.
AB 1993 was scheduled to be heard Wednesday in the Assembly Committee on Labor and Employment. more
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