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Awake Health proprietor Dr. Anna Elperin was the target of a monthslong undercover investigation by a Seattle-area news organization.

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Rep. Jason Monks, R-Meridian, was up next in the Senate State Affairs committee this morning to present HB 417, the workers compensation bill, which would require Idaho’s workers compensation system to cover claims from workers who suffer adverse consequences from employer-required vaccines.

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The only measure to pass both houses of the Idaho Legislature since it reconvened on Monday is a non-binding memorial to Congress and the president disapproving of the Biden Administration’s proposed vaccine mandates. Senators debated and passed SJM 105 on Tuesday morning; the House then passed the measure without debate late Tuesday afternoon...

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The final bill that the House took up today was HB 415 from Rep. Gayann DeMordaunt, R-Eagle, to require certain exemptions for any employer who requires immunization as a condition of employment. Those would include exemptions for health, pregnancy, “religious or other grounds,” or those who have had COVID-19 or a “positive antibody screen.”

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After a bit of debate, the House has voted 67-3 in favor of HB 417, to require that adverse consequences from employer-required vaccinations be covered by workers compensation. The three "no" votes were from Reps. Toone, Mathias and Wood; Rep. Caroline Nilsson Troy, R-Genesee, who had expressed concerns about the proposal in committee, said she'd decided to support the bill and voted yes.