Legend

PNV – Present Not Voting (typically occurs when acting as Speaker)
A – Absent (representative was not on the House floor when the vote was taken)
I – Incomplete (insufficient votes were cast to determine grade)
– voted with TFVC
 – voted against TFVC

Vote 1 (15 points):

HB 7 was a CPS overhaul bill. Rep. Leach and Rep. Swanson authored amendments (Amendments 32 and 33) to this bill to prevent CPS from using vaccination status as “evidence” to remove children from the home and to terminate parental rights. During this amendment debate, a vote was taken to strike down an amendment to their amendment (Amendment 34 by Rep. Wu). In this vote, “nay” votes were with TFVC and “yea” votes were against TFVC.
Read more about HB7

Vote 2 (45 points):

HB 39 was also a CPS overhaul bill. Rep. Zedler authored a measure (Amendment 2) to disallow vaccinations to be administered during initial medical exams provided to children upon removal from their homes. Rep. Sarah Davis attempted to amend the Zedler amendment to allow for HPV vaccinations to be given to children in these initial medical exams without parental consent (Amendment 3.) During this amendment debate, a vote was taken to strike down the Davis HPV amendment. In this vote, “yea” votes were with TFVC and “nay” votes were against TFVC.
Read more about HB39

Vote 3 (15 points):

After a short recess, the House reconsidered Zedler’s amendment (now as Amendment 5) to HB 39 that would disallow vaccinations to be administered during initial medical exams provided to children upon removal from their homes. During this amendment debate, a vote was taken to adopt Zedler’s amendment. In this vote, “yea” votes were with TFVC and “nay” votes were against TFVC.
Read more about HB39

Vote 4 (15 points):

SB 11 was a CPS overhaul bill. Rep. Oliverson and Rep. Klick authored amendments (Amendments 6 and 7) that would disallow vaccinations to be administered during initial medical exams given to children upon removal from their homes as well as to more logically prioritize those medical exams based on the individual child’s medical needs During this amendment debate, a vote was taken to adopt these measures. In this vote, “yea” votes were with TFVC and “nay” votes were against TFVC.
Read more about SB11

Achievement (10 points):

In order to earn these points, a representative must have gone above and beyond to promote TFVC. Examples of these actions include: authoring a bill or amendment, speaking on the House floor, participating in our rally events, etc.

Extra Credit (+ 10 points):

Members of the Public Health Committee earned extra credit for a NO vote on HB 2249.

Penalty (- 10 points):

Members of the Public Health Committee got points deducted for their actions regarding HB 2249. Other representatives suffered point reductions for other anti-parental rights behavior such as authoring bad bills/amendments, speaking against parents on the House floor, or other antics.