ND Lawmakers: “NO” To Vaccine Passports

(Bismarck, ND) — North Dakota lawmakers are voicing their opposition to potential federal plans to introduce so-called COVID-19 “vaccine passports.” Yesterday, state representatives approved the measure with a voice vote, this after the Senate gave its OK on Thursday. Proponents say the resolution urges federal lawmakers to hold off on issuing vaccine passports and passing legislation that would restrict an individual’s right to travel or “participate in commerce, religious freedom, and education” based on an individual’s COVID-vaccine status.

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