Texas Sen. Ted Cruz Proposes Introducing Legislation To Prevent Immunization Passports At The Federal Level

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Immunization passports have become a nationwide controversy as we continue to fight back from the pandemic, according to Town Hall.

Texas Senator Ted Cruz said, “I think there’s a real potential for government overreach and I don’t believe that anyone should be forced to take the vaccine.”

“It should be your personal choice. You should make the choice based on your health, the decisions you want.”

“It [his legislation] also prohibits discrimination in employment.”

“We’re seeing some places where employers are saying ‘If you’re not vaccinated, you’re fired.’”

“And that ought to be illegal. Your health decisions are yours to make.”

“It shouldn’t be your boss, it shouldn’t be the government, it shouldn’t be anyone else forcing you to make those decisions.”

From Town Hall:

Vaccine passports have turned into a national debate as states continue to battle the pandemic. Red state governors have banned such passports from being required for citizens to return to normal life, while blue state governors are making passport mandates standard.

Texas Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) is hoping to ban government-mandated vaccine passports at the federal level.

He added that workplace discrimination against individuals who choose not to receive the vaccination should also be illegal.

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The Texas Republican was unsure if bipartisan support for banning vaccine passport mandates would be garnered. The Biden administration has not fully indicated whether or not the president supports the use of vaccine passports.

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