The United States has proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations which will be voted on by the World Health Assembly scheduled for May 22-28, 2022.
Lowers age of Vaccine consent to AGE 12 without parental knowledge or consent
Authorizes the medical board to inspect a doctor's office and medical records without patients consent
Creates an immunization tracking system giving all government agencies access to vaccination records of all persons
Prohibits any person or entity from making statements the government deems untrue or misleading by any means including on the internet and advertisements
Requires schools to create long term testing plans and report test results to the CDPH
Requires law enforcement to enforce public health guidelines or lose their funding
Authorizes school health personnel to disclose child's medical information to third party without parent's consent
Marc Levine’s bill, AB 1223, will impose excise taxes on Californians for firearm and ammunition purchases, similar to the federal Pittman-Robertson Act, which already taxes ammunition sales at over 10%.
AB 101 would require schools implement an ethnic studies course for students to obtain a diploma. The curriculum would be developed under the “Instructional Quality Commission” and the State Board of Education. According to the organizations who sounded off against the initiative, the bill would violate the state’s constitution and be costly for taxpayers.