Corporate implant Senator Richard Pan is back again with new legislation that could undermine the freedoms of Californians by limiting access to Alternative News sources.
Please take a moment (literally) to voice your support for 1325 and your opposition to SB1424.
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California Residents: Oppose SB 1424
A bill has been introduced in the California legislature, SB 1424, that would require any person who operates a social media web site with a physical presence in California to develop a strategic plan to verify news stories shared on its Web site—including a plan to mitigate the spread of false information through news stories and, importantly, “the utilization of fact-checkers to verify news stories.”
This bill could have dangerous consequences for free speech. “Fact checker” is not defined in the bill. We suspect that this is because the sponsor, Sen. Richard Pan, intends for the term to be defined in regulation, which could easily result in a situation where only “state-sponsored” fact-checkers are acceptable—creating a situation in which the state of California decides what facts are acceptable and which are not.
Recall that Sen. Pan was the sponsor of SB 277, the law that removed all non-medical exemptions to vaccinations in the state. Once again, he is behind legislation that will erode freedoms in California.
Write to your representatives and urge them to oppose this bill!
California Residents: Support SB 1325
A bill has been introduced in the California legislature, SB 1325, that would allow an individual to self-quarantine during public health events rather than comply with otherwise mandatory medical orders from the state, including medications or vaccinations.
It has been ANH-USA’s position to oppose mandatory vaccinations. If individuals can self-quarantine during the outbreak of an illness, then they should not be forced by the state to receive treatments they don’t want. Individuals should have the right to choose what goes into their bodies–especially if reasonable alternatives exist.
Write to your representatives and urge them to support this bill!