State of Wisconsin – AB132 - DEADLINE Tuesday April 20th, 2021 at 11:00am
Relating to: immunization-related mail
This bill requires a government entity; public or private elementary, middle,
junior high, or senior high school; childcare center or nursery school; or health care
provider that sends a piece of mail containing information that could disclose
another person's immunization status to ensure that any information that could
disclose a person's immunization status or otherwise allow someone to infer a
person's immunization status is enclosed and sealed in the piece of mail and that no
such information is visible on the outside of the piece of mail.
Watch the Public Hearing Tuesday, April 20th at 10:01am in the North Hearing Room or watch LIVE on WisEye.
Email and call the Assembly Committee on Constitution and Ethics
I am writing to share my support of AB132. This bill is a common sense medical privacy bill. For example, currently, a postcard from the state or local health department containing private medical information regarding immunizations could be placed in a mailbox for anyone to accidentally see. Having your medical information displayed while in transit with the US Postal Service is not acceptable. This bill protects our medical privacy from being disclosed to others, during a time when our medical privacy is of the utmost importance. This common sense bil simply requires a sealed envelope.
Please vote “yes” to further ensure the privacy of our protected health information.
CHECK THE FULL CTA HERE!
State of Wisconsin – AB23 - Full Senate Vote 4/14/2021 11am
Prohibiting certain government officials from mandating vaccination against the 2019 novel coronavirus. (Companion Senate Bill 4)
Full Senate will be voting on AB23 as amended and passed by the assembly
Watch LIVE on Wiseye!
Wisconsin United For Freedom Strongly supports AB-23, Companion bill SB5
Email and call YOUR OWN Senator or request they vote yes on AB23/SB4
Find your own State Assembly member and Senator here
I am writing to share my support of AB23 (Companion SB4) as ammended by the assembly. As your constituent, I kindly request that you vote YES to AB23, at today's floor session.
State of Wisconsin – LRB 2140 and LRB 2956 (bills before they are
assigned a bill number, which will be done later this month)
Prohibiting discrimination on the basis of vaccination status
This bill would amend current statutes in the following ways:
Email and call YOUR OWN Senator to request they co-sign LRB 2140 / LRB 2956
Email and call YOUR OWN Representative to request they co-sign LRB 2140 / LRB 2956
Example Emails for Senators and Representatives below: (one for Senate, one for Assembly)
**Please note: We understand the biggest impact comes when constituents write from the heart. The below emails are example emails you can use to cut and paste to make things easier for those who wish to support this bill. Feel free to construct your message with your own personal story of discrimination, your own thoughts and feelings on this LRB (bill before it has an assigned bill number), and write why this is important to you.
Dear Senator and/or Representative,
I am writing to share my support for LRB 2140 / LRB 2956.
I strongly believe in prohibiting discrimination against any person based on vaccine status. It is completely unacceptable for either the government or the private sector to impose upon you the requirement to show proof of vaccination to simply be able to participate in a normal, free society. LRB 2140 / LBR 2956 details which types of situations, like schools, insurers, or those seeking housing or treatment, people could potentially be discriminated against based on their vaccination status.
As your constituent, I kindly request that you consider being added as a co-sponsor of LRB 2140 / LRB 2956. Please email Senator Jacque at Sen.Jacque@legis.wisconsin.gov or contact Senator Jacque’s office at 6-3512, or please email Representative Clint Moses at Rep.Moses@legis.wisconsin.gov or Rep. Moses’ office at 6-7683.
CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL CALL TO ACTION