Vote YES for SB968

This bill includes language for banning vaccine passports at business.

Say NO to Texas Bill HB 678

A new bill would allow pharmacists to administer any vaccine on the childhood recommended schedule to children three years or older.

The current law only allows pharmacists to administer vaccines to children 7 years or older, and also requires prescriptions before pharmacists can administer certain vaccines at different ages. H.B. 678 removes the requirement for a prescription and drops the allowable age.

This bill creates significant risks for children. Pharmacists are not qualified to recognize or handle serious adverse reactions, nor are they likely to have full knowledge of patient or family history.

Additionally, there is nothing in this bill that requires the pharmacist to get consent from the parent. What happens if a relative brings the child in for a vaccine against the parent’s wishes?

The bill was heard in the Public Health Committee and left pending. Now is the time to let your Texas state legislators know you OPPOSE H.B 678 and its companion bill S.B. 2136.

Say NO to Mandatory Vaccines!

We The People cannot allow for such medical tyranny to exist in our community!

Put HB1359 on State Affairs Committee Calendar

Relating to proposing a referendum to the people of the State of Texas on the question of whether this state should leave the United States of America and establish an independent republic.

Oppose SB636 - MY KIDS' MEDICAL PRIVACY IS AT RISK

Relating to requirements for and the transparency of epidemiological reports and certain immunization exemption information and reports.

Support Texas Bill - HB1687

Relating to unlawful employment practices with respect to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Help us STOP Texas House Bill 3!

“The Texas House GOP’s pandemic ‘reform’ legislation, HB 3, doubles down on the policy disasters of the past year and ratifies the power of the governor to unilaterally shut down society, enact mask mandates, and do essentially anything the governor wants in response to a pandemic, with no legislative input whatsoever.” – Matt Rinaldi, Texas Scorecard