Read CHCA's proposed legislation that would protect the civil liberties of all Californians during times of crisis.


Working Together for a Healthier California

CHCA's NEW Proposed Legislation: Personal Rights During Infectious Outbreak and State of Emergency

CHCA is working to protect your civil liberties in California during times of emergency. We have drafted legislation for proposal. Some of the main points: 

  • Right to refuse testing, tracing and treatment 
  • Infected person’s right to self-quarantine with caretaker, location, and treatment of choice. 
  • A minor child may not be forcibly removed from their parent or home. 
  • Right to information

Press Releases

June 10, 2020 - COVID-19 Response Shines Light on Need for Civil Liberty Protections: California Organization Drafts Bill to Fix Health and Safety Code 

March 26, 2020 - Prominent Vaccinologists Caution Against Accelerating COVID-19 Vaccine to Market Amid Pandemic, Public Health Resolution Needed to Raise Awareness

CHCA's Proposed Resolution 

The laws of the State of California should reflect the foundational importance of the physician-patient relationship, the importance of the concept of informed consent, acknowledgment of ongoing advances in medicine, the breadth of approaches to medical care, including the administration of vaccines, and the use of precautionary principles when discerning the role of government as it may impact the health of individuals, including determining the appropriateness of providing a medical exemption from immunization requirements.

CHCA Statement on Handling of COVID-19 Pandemic

California Health Coalition Advocacy recognizes and appreciates the state’s swift response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which prepared hospitals for an influx of infected patients. As with any natural disaster, much of the initial response takes place simultaneously as data is being analyzed. Now that data shows that initial modeling was wrong and that less restrictive means would have had similar outcomes with low risk to Californians, it is time to take actions to correct draconian orders that went too far and adapt mitigation measures based on the new data.

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