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BREAKING: Arizona Senate Passes Bill Banning Mandatory Vaccine Passports, Mask Mandates

by Jack Hadfield

The Arizona Senate has passed SB1824, banning any law or ordinance that would mandate the use of vaccine passports by businesses or others.

SB1824 passed the Arizona Senate by 16-14 on Tuesday night, and included a floor amendment from Senate President Karen Fann that would put restrictions onto the use of vaccine passports within the state. “This state, and any city, town or county of this state are prohibited from establishing a COVID-19 vaccine passport or requiring either of the following: any person to be vaccinated for COVID-19; a business to obtain proof of the COVID-19 vaccination status of any patron entering the business establishment,” the amendment reads.

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