Employees should not be forced to disclose their vaccination status.


As millions of Californians return to in-person work with a requirement to say whether they’ve been vaccinated for COVID-19, legislators who represent some of those residents have refused disclosure, either ignoring the question or insisting their employers — the state’s taxpayers — don’t have the right to know. In a survey conducted by The Times, 12 members of the Arizona Legislature refused to disclose their COVID-19 vaccination status. Eleven of the lawmakers are Republicans.

AZ HB2190

COVID-19 vaccine; disclosure


Introduced
01/14/2021
In Committee
Crossed Over
05/24/2021
Passed
Dead/Failed
Introduced Session

Fifty-fifth Legislature - First Regular Session (2021)

Bill Summary

Criminal justice case information; reporting

Subject

COVID-19 vaccine; disclosure

Sponsors

Walter Blackman,Bret Roberts

Last Action

Senate motion to reconsider third reading

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