CHCA IS TRACKING MANY BILLS DURING THE 2022 LEGISLATIVE SESSION

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Click on the appropriate links below to take action on specific bills.

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As a constituent, your voice is best heard by showing up, making phone calls, emailing, and faxing. Please take a moment to take action on these time-sensitive items.

Join CHCA in working to protect the freedom of Californians to make health decisions based on their own research, experience, the advice of their health care professionals, and religious and conscientious beliefs.
Right now, CHCA is closely following and planning strategic actions to stop:


SB 866 - Wiener. Minors: vaccine consent. A minor 12 years of age or older may consent to a vaccine that is approved by the FDA and is recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices without the consent of the parent or guardian of the minor. TAKE ACTION TOOLKIT

SB 871 - Pan. Public health: immunizations. The bill would require any pupil of any public or private elementary or secondary school, childcare center, day nursery, nursery school, family day care home, or development center be fully immunized against COVID-19 without a personal belief exemption. It also removes the personal belief exemption from any additional immunization requirements deemed appropriate by the health department.

Reach out to your representative to express your concerns about SB 866 and SB 871:

  1. Go to FindYourRep.Legislature.CA.Gov
  2. Make Appointments with Your State Representatives to discuss your concerns with SB 866 and SB 871 (CHCA will be providing training videos and talking points soon.)
  3. Sign up for email and text alerts.

CHCA is excited to announce that Senator Melendez introduced our resolution on August 18, 2021. TAKE ACTION TOOLKIT

Read SCR 59 Medical interventions: voluntary and informed consent.

This resolution would urge the Legislature and the Governor to take actions to protect Californians’ right to make their own health and medical decisions. It also urges the Legislature to amend existing law in order to require the voluntary and informed consent of an individual or their guardian, and to authorize the consent’s withdrawal without prejudice, for any preventive, diagnostic, or therapeutic medical intervention taken by the State Department of Public Health to ascertain the nature of a contagious, infectious, or communicable disease and to prevent its spread.

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