UPDATE: Florida Legislators said "NO" to sb 64

Your voices have been heard – SB 64 will not be heard during the 2020 Legislative Session.

Your persistence and hard work, reaching out to legislators, has paid off! SB 64 has not been heard by any of the Senate Committees and does not has a companion bill in the House of Representatives. Religious and Health Freedom Still Remain in Florida – for now.

Do not be surprised when this bill is reintroduced before next session. Pharma has a tight grip on a certain segment of our legislature. They will keep trying to push vaccine mandates in every state. Just watch NY and CA to see what the future has in store:

  • Mandated vaccines for all children
  • Denied medical exemptions
  • Healthy children kicked out of school
  • Parents fined
  • Laws passed allowing children to receive vaccines without parental consent
  • Gross government overreach
  • and the list goes on and on...

We can not be quiet. We will not be quiet. Medical Freedom is at stake!


The following Calls-to-Action are FYI and are not currently needed. Stay connected for updates.

Tell your legislators to vote NO on SB64 or you may lose your rights July 1st.

Florida Senator Lauren Book filed SB 64 in August 2019 to eliminate religious exemptions for vaccinations. This bill threatens religious freedom by imposing mandatory vaccinations on individuals, contrary to their religious beliefs, by removing the right to object to vaccinations based upon religious grounds (Florida Statute 1003.22(1)). This mandate will remove your rights provided by the First Amendment – Freedom of Religion.

It would also add a new section of law requiring the Board of Medicine and the Board of Osteopathic Medicine to jointly create a medical exemption review panel that shall review all medical exemptions.This means necessary medical exemptions would no longer be given by your pediatrician, who knows your child best, but instead would be decided upon by a government panel whose interests lie with Pharma. Necessary medical exemptions are being denied by the State of New York and it will happen in Florida unless we act now. Watch the story of 9 yr old Ameer whose medical exemption was recently denied in NY. 

We have seen what is happening to families in California and New York where religious exemptions have been removed and medical exemptions are reviewed and unjustly restricted. SB 64 is a dangerous bill that needs to be stopped early so Florida doesn’t become like California and New York.

This is not about being for or against vaccines, this is about gross government over-reach that violates our Constitutional, Civil and God-given rights. 

Early and decisive citizen action in support of our rights, and against SB 64, sends a strong message to elected and appointed officials that voters are vigilant and intend to hold politicians accountable for representing us. You will not get to vote on this matter, so it is imperative that you tell your legislators to oppose SB 64.



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How to Effectively Communicate With Your Legislator

As a Floridian, one of your greatest responsibilities is to help elect the legislators who represent you and the state's more than 14 million other residents. But your role in the democratic process of government does not end at the polls. By sharing your opinions on SB 64 and the importance of religious freedom with your Representatives and Senators in Tallahassee, you help them decide what to do about the issues and pending legislation that affect us all. They value your suggestions and encourage you to express them.

Your legislators receive a huge amount of phone calls and mail from their constituents. Unfortunately, their full agendas limit their ability to personally respond to them all. How, then, can you be sure your voice is heard?  Get tips to help you get the most impact out of your communications with your legislators in Tallahassee.

No Senate Bill 46

Eye Care for Newborns and Infants

Immunization Standards for Child Care Facilities

Eye Care for Newborns and Infants

GENERAL BILL by Farmer ;
(CO-INTRODUCERS) Book ; Berman ; Cruz ; Rouson ; Hooper

Eye Care for Newborns and Infants; Requiring a certain eye examination for newborns; requiring that coverage for children under health insurance policies and health maintenance contracts include certain eye examinations for newborns and infants, etc.

Effective Date: 7/1/2020  
Last Action: 8/16/2019 Senate - Referred to Health Policy; Banking and Insurance; Appropriations

Related Bill – HB 67 (Identical)

GENERAL BILL by Jacobs ;
(CO-INTRODUCERS) Caruso ; Eskamani ; Fernandez ; Good ; Jenne ; Polsky ; Silvers ; Stark

NOTE: Penalty for violation.—Any person who fails to comply with s. 383.04(1) or s. 383.06 commits a misdemeanor of the second
degree, punishable as provided in s. 775.083.

This means you can be fined up to $500 for non-compliance.

No Senate Bill 208

Wellness Examinations

Immunization Standards for Child Care Facilities

Eye Care for Newborns and Infants

GENERAL BILL by Thurston

Wellness Examinations; Specifying that physical examinations are included in support services for purposes of the student support services team program; exempting a child from the adolescent well-care examination upon a parent’s written request stating objections on religious grounds; requiring that district school boards and private school governing authorities require and enforce as a policy that certain children present proof of an adolescent well-care examination each year; requiring district school boards and private school governing authorities to refuse to admit children who fail to present proof of such examination, etc.

Effective Date: 7/1/2020  
Last Action: 9/19/2019 Senate - Referred to Appropriations Subcommittee on Education; Appropriations; Rules

No Senate Bill 674

Immunization Standards for Child Care Facilities

Immunization Standards for Child Care Facilities

Immunization Standards for Child Care Facilities


Immunization Standards for Child Care Facilities; Requiring the Department of Children and Families to include in licensure standards for child care facilities a minimum percentage of children enrolled in a facility who must have received immunizations.

Effective Date: 7/1/2020  
Last Action: 10/25/2019 Senate - Filed

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