West commends governor on signing bill

West commends governor on signing bill

West commends governor on signing bill

OKLAHOMA CITY – Rep. Rick West, R-Heavener, on Thursday commended the governor for approving legislation that protects Oklahomans from being compelled to follow vaccine, mask or other health mandates imposed by international organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations (UN) or the World Economic Forum (WEF).

West is the House author of Senate Bill 426, which the governor signed into law Wednesday.

“The Biden Administration has proven ready and willing to accept mandates proposed by these non-elected global organizations that would severely limit the personal liberties of all Oklahomans and Americans,” West said. “I’m glad the majority of our legislative members stood together and said no to this intrusion.”

West said the act became necessary after Biden administration officials expressed support of the creation of a new pandemic treaty to reform International Health Regulations, overseen by the WHO, and potentially enforced by the UN, with sanctions possible by the WEF. He said he had overwhelming constituent support for the measure.

Sen. George Burns, R-Pollard, is the principal author of the measure.


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