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SACRAMENTO, California (LifeSiteNews) – Proposed legislation to mandate COVID jabs for all workers in California has died without a vote, according to Republican Assemblyman Kevin Kiley.

“We’ve defeated AB 1993, the employer vaccine mandate,” Kiley tweeted on March 29. “The author just announced she will not move it forward.”

The legislation would require every employer starting on January 1, 2023 to certify that every employee and independent contractor had taken an abortion-tainted COVID jab.

Assemblywoman Buffy Wicks paused the bill, due to pushback from public safety unions, according to The Sacramento Bee. Wicks said she believes the unions “will ultimately come to the table to make sure all of their workers are vaccinated, and that every job sector in California has the tools necessary to keep their workers safe from COVID-19.”

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California Democrats in the Vaccine Work Group included the legislation as part of a package of bills meant to increase COVID vaccination rates.

The bills included a jab mandate for all children at “any public or private elementary or secondary school, childcare center, day nursery, nursery school, family day care home, or development center,” despite the fact that COVID jabs have not even been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for kids under five. It would add COVID-19 to the list of “childhood diseases” that kids are required to have inoculations against as a condition of enrollment. It would also prohibit any “personal belief exemption.”

“Taken together, the adoption of these bills would make California an outlier among states — and give it the country’s strictest COVID-19 regulations,” Cal Matters reported.

This summer, researchers with Johns Hopkins School of Medicine found a “mortality rate of zero among children without a pre-existing medical condition such as leukemia” when they “analyze[d] approximately 48,000 children under 18 diagnosed with Covid in health-insurance data from April to August 2020.” 

As the FDA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) moved to approve the shots for young children, Yale epidemiologist Dr. Harvey Risch recommended that parents pull their children out of school rather than give them the jab.

“Honestly, I would organize with other parents to take them out of the school and create homeschooling environments,” Risch said. “There’s no choice. Your child’s life is on the line.”  

While stating that COVID-19 vaccination “is not a high risk that’s going to kill every child,” Risch said the danger posed by the shots is “enough of a risk, that on the average the benefit is higher for homeschooling than it is for vaccination and being in school.” 

The Biden administration attempted to order that all companies with 100 or more employees mandate coronavirus injections for employees. The U.S. Supreme Court struck the mandate down but allowed the government to mandate the shots healthcare workers at facilities that accept federal funding.

LifeSiteNews has produced an extensive COVID-19 vaccines resources page. View it here.

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