Please take action now. On Feb. 8, at 3:30 p.m., the Alaska Senate State Affairs Committee is scheduled to consider Senate Bill 156, sponsored by Senator Lora Reinbold, which would make vaccine mandates and so-called “immunity passports” unlawful in Alaska.

Please email or phone the State Affairs Committee and individual committee members and urge them to SUPPORT SB 156, to protect medical freedom in Alaska (contact information below):

Key talking points:

Nobody should be fired from their job, kicked out of school, or denied access to public places for simply declining to accept a medical intervention.

Alaskans have the right to weigh the benefits and risks of COVID-19 vaccination, just like other medical interventions, and make a free and informed choice, without coercion.

Many people have valid reasons for declining vaccination, including personal health conditions, pre-existing immunity from a prior COVID infection, and conscientious objection to the unethical methods used to develop certain COVID vaccines.

Please send your messages and direct your phone calls here:

— Senate State Affairs Committee: 

— Senator Mike Shower (Chairman): – Phone: 907-465-6600

Senator Lora Reinbold – Phone: 907-465-3822

— Senator Mia Costello – Phone: 907-465-4968

— Senator Roger Holland – Phone: 907-465-4843

— Senator Scott Kawasaki – Phone: 907-465-3466


— Click here for detailed information on how to provide public testimony on a bill over the phone.

Your participation matters and your support, as always, is a blessing!

On Feb. 8 Alaskans must take action against coerced injections

Jim Minnery
A lifelong Alaskan, Jim Minnery has served as the executive director of Alaska Family Council since its inception in 2006.


  • Amy Murrills says:

    Senator Lora Reinbold please support sb156

  • Ross Perrine says:

    All Freedom Loving Alaskans regardless of political affiliation or vaccine status should support this bill to preserve our right to medical freedom and our right to make our own informed decisions on all medical issues!

  • Neil DeWitt says:

    I think this article says it all. No to mandates of any kind. We’re Americans and a free people. We can choose for ourselves. The government is not my parents and should give all sides of the issue and allow me to make up my mind from the FACTS not a mandate because they think it’s tge thing to do.

  • JC says:

    I have contacted all committee members via e-mail to encourage their support of this bill. Thank You Alaska Watchman for bringing this to our attention and providing links to help us take action.

  • kris spencer says:

    I’m surprised the Nuremberg Code isn’t talked about more. The reason this was written was to prevent future occurrences of forcing people into medical experiments. The Code says people MUST have informed consent. “Informed” means to 1) be told the ingredients in a medication. 2) know what the drug is supposed do and how it works 3) be given a full list of all known side effects and certain health conditions under which a person might not be a good candidate for receiving the drug. Well…we know NONE of this happened during the roll out. We know the dangers of the MRNA drug were ignored by those promoting it. CDC and State Health officials were even urging pregnant women to get the shot against the advice of the manufacturer who stated the drug should NOT be given to pregnant or nursing women. Sadly, some women did experience a miscarriage after being convinced to take the drug. So, it sounds to me like those who violated the Nuremberg Code should be help accountable. Sen Reinbold is correct. No one should be coerced (and that’s what it WAS!) to take medical risks by injecting themselves with an experimental pharmaceutical product.

  • Joaquita Martin says:

    I have also sent my support for this legislation to the committee and each individual senator on the committee. Thanks for providing the info and appropriate links, makes the process easier for busy folks…

  • Yetitrax says:

    I would like to add that the people have the right to choose their course of treatment, and that certain medications be made immediately available. I.E. Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine

  • Anna Strickland says:

    Please support senate bill 156.
    We the people have our freedom of choice and should not be forced or coerced by our government
    to put poison into our own bodies.

  • Patrocles says:

    Lora sponsored the bill so I think we can count on her support 😉

  • Opus says:

    ” Senate Bill 156, sponsored by Senator Lora Reinbold, which would make vaccine mandates and so-called “immunity passports” unlawful in Alaska.”
    They are already unlawful. The government has no such authority. What is needed is to remove from office any elected person that attempts mandates.

  • Dan Smith says:

    Unless we make it illegal, vaccine mandates will continue to be required by employers, and government agencies.

    The Anchorage School District is still discriminating against individuals based on vaccination status! This includes teachers when performing chaperone responsibilities as it turns out.

    Attached is my most recent column on this subject, published in Must Read Alaska on January 26, 2022.
    We must prohibit COVID-19 vaccine discrimination! We are capable of making our own informed choices without coercion or public ridicule and humiliation.

  • Dave Swan says:

    I would greatly appreciate the support of SB 156. Also this country was founded on freedom and that is the way people want it. Science has proven that vaccines do not work but compromise your immune system. Leave the choices of medical matters in the hands of the people.

  • Old RN says:

    Good start. And to all you healthcare professionals out there reading this, remember the solemn oath you took to “Do No Harm”. This includes both knowingly or unknowingly administering treatments with proven known negative health effects . Informed Consent is not a minor procedural detail to be taken lightly- consider that you may be held accountable for adverse reactions in your patients by being complicit in a medically criminal act of negligence.
    Take your oath seriously. Be responsible.