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Idaho Passes Bill to Compensate “Vaccine-Related Injuries” From People Forced to Take COVID-19 Jab

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The Idaho state house has passed legislation that would enable people to receive workers’ compensation if they fall ill due to a mandated COVID-19 shot.

Approved overwhelmingly in a 67-3 vote on Tuesday (Nov. 16), House Bill 417 seeks to amend Idaho’s code pertaining to workers’ compensation to “provide that vaccine-related accidents or injuries shall be compensable” by employers or insurers.

“If the employer is telling you, you have to do this in order to work here, if they’re doing that, then, by golly, I think our system ought to provide a fair compensation method,” Democratic Congressman John Gannon said in support of the measure.

The bill is now heading to the GOP-majority Senate, where it is likely to pass, and Republican Governor Brad Little is expected to sign it into law.

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