Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson is asked to consider legislation that would ban the state from banning the COVID-19 vaccine, a bill that includes languages that employ employment.
Legislators overwhelmingly approved H.B. 1547, which would make it illegal to "force" an individual to be vaccinated against coronavirus. Only one state senator and one representative voted against the bill.
The bill defines an instance of coercion to include "conditional … private or public benefit, including without limitation employment, promotion or other employment benefit, for the purpose of causing a reasonable individual of ordinary susceptibility to forgiveness when the individual would not otherwise do so." the. "
However, the bill states that" other positive incentives that are above or beyond the expected remuneration or benefit of employment should not be included under the term "coercion. & # 39; ”
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