Speaker Packard releases statement after the committee approval of House Bill 1455

After HB 1455, relative to state enforcement of federal vaccination mandates, passed out of the Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs committee on an 11-10 vote, Speaker Sherman Packard (R-Londonderry) released the following statement: 

“Today, the legislature took an important step to ensure that Granite State residents would not be subject to future enforcement of federal vaccine mandates. With boosters and vaccines now readily available, the ease and accessibility of home testing, and the overall decrease in risk including a plummeting hospitalization and infection rate, we are now in the position to concentrate on our overall prevention strategy.” 

“New Hampshire has proven through thoughtful self-management, that we can move in the right direction toward normalcy without the interference of Washington, D.C.”  

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