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(INDIANAPOLIS) — Legislators aren’t done looking at how far businesses can go in requiring you
to be vaccinated against coronavirus.
Two bills banning employers from requiring vaccinations didn’t make it out of committee. And the
House last week blocked two amendments on procedural grounds which would have banned
businesses or events from requiring customers to show they’ve been vaccinated.
But Speaker Todd Huston (R-Fishers) says he and Senate President Pro Tem Rod Bray (R-
Martinsville) don’t support so-called “vaccine passports.” He says there could be new language
added before Thursday’s planned adjournment if legislators decide existing law isn’t enough.
Huston says he and Bray are reviewing vaccine exemptions already in state law, as well as state
and federal patient privacy laws. He says they may conclude those provisions already address the
issue, but says they want to double-check.