Missouri’s School Prison Bill – HB 1761

Feb 21, 2024 HB 1761, Rep. Justin Hicks, the School Prison Bill, would add a new statute: §160.672 This bill applies to ALL public schools, quaintly named Attendance Centers. Among other measures, the bill requires all public schools, without exception, to install bullet proof and bullet resistant laminate on all doors and windows that might…

Witness Forms Needed Opposing HB 2164!

Stop the Missouri Legislature from Sending YOUR Private Data to DHSS & MU School of Medicine HB 2164 – Rep. HadenHearing Scheduled: Feb. 20 (Tues) 2pm, House Hearing Rm.1 HB 2164 would require ALL Missouri Emergency Medical Services data to be captured and sent to the MO Dept. of Health & Senior Services (DHSS) and…

HB 2381 – Tell Your MO Rep to Vote NO!

Wed. Feb 21, 2024 HB 2381 (Rep. Chris Brown – R), the “Protecting Missouri’s Small Businesses Act” has been moved back the Formal Calendar for Perfection in the Missouri House of Representatives. This bill does not protect businesses, it simply empowers government to shut them down in the first place. This bill would further government’s…

Update on Missouri’s House Bill 1951

UPDATE! On Jan 22, 2024, Informed Health Choice issued an action alert warning Missouri parents about Representative Gragg’s HB 1951, the bill that would put into limits on the number of times children who have been removed from their home could be returned to their parents. Thank you to everyone who filled out a witness…

Action Alert!

WITNESS FORMS NEEDED IN OPPOSITION TO HB 2381 Rep. Chris Brown (R) Business Shutdowns During Emergencies Hearing: Wed Jan 17 at 12:00 pm Special Committee on Small Business (H) HB 2381 is called the “Protecting Missouri’s Small Businesses Act”. However, this bill does NOT protect Missouri businesses during emergencies. It only reinforces the government’s assumption…

Initiative Petition Questions & Answers

Jan. 4, 2024 Informed Health Choice has received numerous questions about the initiative petition proposed by Freedom Principle MO in October, Missourian’s Right to Informed Consent. IHC opposes this IP because does nothing. Rather than limiting government, which is the purpose of constitutions, this IP attempts to limit our rights by making a list of…