The bill would make it a Class 1 misdemeanor for “any educational institution, medical provider, or person to compel another to submit to immunization,” according to the bill text. Read bill text here Class 1 misdemeanors are defined as crimes that carry a maximum punishment of more than six months in jail. Any crime that calls for a sentence longer than one year is deemed a felony, and the offender is sent to state prison, rather than a county jail. Fines for Class 1 misdemeanors usually range from $1000-$2500.
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Written By: Shannon Marvel | Feb 5th 2020 – 3pm.
PIERRE, S.D. —A bill has been introduced that would prohibit schools from discriminating against any person for refusing to accept unwanted medical intervention, including immunizations.
House Bill 1235 states that “No public or nonpublic post secondary educational institutions may mandate any immunizations for school entry. A public or private post secondary educational institution may request any student to submit medical records. No educational institution may use coercive means to require immunization.”
The bill’s prime sponsor is District 21 state Rep. Lee Qualm, R-Platte.
The bill would make it a Class 1 misdemeanor for “any educational institution, medical provider, or person to compel another to submit to immunization,” according to the bill text.
“Every person has the inalienable right to bodily integrity, free from any threat or compulsion that the person accepts any medical intervention, including immunization. No person may be discriminated against for refusal to accept an unwanted medical intervention, including immunization,” the bill states.