Current Initiatives

Oppose Governor DeWine and Stephanie McCloud's Covid-19 Orders


Ohio Advocates for Medical Freedom opposes the current Health Orders as issued by Governor DeWine and Stephanie McCloud. Please contact the Governor's Office to voice your opposition to the current orders.




Support Ohio House Bill 248


To enact section 3792.02 of the Revised Code to authorize an individual to decline a vaccination and to name this act the Vaccine Choice and Anti-Discrimination Act.

  • Protect Vaccine Choice
  • Protect Privacy
  • Prohibit Vaccine "Passport"/Registry/etc
  • Provide Transparency & Reinforce that Schools must Honor Exemptions
  • Prohibit Discrimination
  • Protect Businesses Following the Law
  • Ensure this New Law Prevails in Future Public Emergencies
  • Provide Legal Recourse for Violations
For more information and to subscribe to notifications specifically about this piece of legislation, please visit https://www.voteyesonhb248.com/ CURRENT CALL TO ACTION (6/5/21) PROPONENT TESTIMONY CONTINUES THIS TUESDAY FOR OHIO HOUSE BILL 248 (The Vaccine Choice & Anti-Discrimination Act). Join us at the Statehouse on 6/8/21 at 10am in Room 121. Even though only selected individuals will be testifying in-person, we strongly urge everyone to attend the hearing to show support for HB248.
  • Directions to the Capitol can be found on Google, MapQuest, etc by entering the address: 1 Capitol Square, Columbus, OH 43215
  • Parking is tricky downtown. There's plenty of options, but please have a plan ahead of time so you don't find yourself struggling to locate a place to park.
  • Capitol Security Screening requires some additional time, but is necessary. Please review Capitol Security Policies so you're prepared and can pass through quickly.
  • Wear Red to show your support of HB248. The brightly colored clothes get people's attention and easily identify us as being present in support of the bill.
  • Pick Up Some Info Cards from us at the Capitol. We will have HB248 info cards available for you to take with you, distribute to friends and family, so we can encourage others within our communities to join in support of the bill. Info cards can also be purchased from our website.
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Support Ohio Senate Bill 169


Bill to a) prohibit a person or the state, county, townships, cities, public schools from mandating a Covid vaccine, and b) prohibits state, county, townships, cities, public schools from requiring proof of vaccination, and c) make an individual's vaccine status confidential when it is required under other circumstances. Read more about the bill.




Watching Ohio House Bill 253


Bill to a) prohibit the state or state agencies from requiring proof of vaccination for entry into a state building, or a building controlled, operated, or owned by the state, b) prohibits state, county, townships, cities, public schools from requiring proof of vaccination, and c) make an individual's vaccine status confidential when it is required under other circumstances. Our concern with this bill is that it doesn't protect our vaccine choice and privacy from private sector requirements by employers, businesses, etc. It also doesn't explicitly prohibit discrimination in circumstances where someone's vaccine status becomes known. Read more about the bill.




Support Ohio House Bill 127


Bill to a) reverse and expunge any adverse actions taken by the state et al against a business who was found to be in violation of orders issued under the emergency order, b) restore rights and privileges that were affected by such adverse actions, c) refund businesses any penalties/fines levied. Read more about the bill.




Support Ohio House Bill 103


Bill to a) limit the governor's power to extend emergency rule, b) implement oversight on emergency rule changes, to specifically mitigate adverse impact on businesses, c) limit the duration of emergency rules. While this bill doesn't prohibit the type of rules that can be implemented (vaccine mandate, mask mandate, vaccine passport, business closures, etc), it does provide further limitations on the state from endlessly perpetuating emergency rules. Read more about the bill.




Watching Ohio House Bill 202


Bill to prohibit state mask mandates during the current state of emergency. Our concern is that this bill is that it doesn't protect our mask choice from county, township, city, or other local jurisdictions, or from private sector requirements by employers, businesses, etc. Additionally, per the bill, if made law, it would only apply to the current state of emergency, and would not apply to future emergency orders. Read more about the bill.