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Wyoming lawmakers to hold special session on bills to counter vaccine mandates

Added 10-18-21 04:57:02pm EST - “Wyoming state lawmakers are slated to hold a special session next week to consider measures to counter federal vaccine mandates.” - Thehill.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Thehill.com: “Wyoming lawmakers to hold special session on bills to counter vaccine mandates”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Wyoming state lawmakers are slated to hold a special session next week to consider measures to counter federal vaccine mandates.

The special session was added to the legislative calendar after a majority of both the state House and Senate voted in favor of convening the meeting, according to the Casper Star-Tribune.

The lawmakers are set to meet between Oct. 26 and Oct. 28, according to the outlet. Each day of the special session will reportedly cost the state approximately $25,000.

Two of the bills being written by the legislature — both of which are sponsored by GOP Rep. Chuck Gray — call for banning vaccine passports and enacting $500,000 fines for companies that fire, demote, promote, compensate or refuse to hire an individual based on whether or not they are inoculated, according to The Associated Press.

A third piece of legislation — spearheaded by GOP Sen. Tom James — would reportedly establish fines and jail time for public servants who make attempts to implement federal vaccine mandates.

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