The full Alaska State Senate is set to vote on Senate Bill 156 on March 16. The bill has drawn strong support from those who oppose coercive measures that pressure and threaten fellow Alaskans into getting the experimental Covid injections or showing vaccine passports.

Introduced by Sen. Lora Reinbold (R-Eagle River), the bill clearly affirms that Alaskans have a fundamental right to decline experimental Covid shots without suffering various forms of discrimination, such as denial of medical treatment or entrance into public buildings or loss of livelihood due to Covid mandates.

Read the full bill here.


Alaskans Against Mandates has created an online petition urging lawmakers to pass the bill. So far, more than 3,000 have signed on. For more information about the bill or the petition, email

Contact information for members of the Alaska Senate can be found here.
These are the Senators who will be voting to either protect or deny Alaskans’ right to medical freedom:

Senator Tom Begich

— Senator Click Bishop

Senator Mia Costello

— Senator Elvi Gray-Jackson

— Senator Lyman Hoffman

— Senator Roger Holland

— Senator Shelley Hughes

— Senator Scott Kawasaki

— Senator Jesse Kiehl

— Senator Peter Micciche

— Senator Robert Myers

— Senator Donny Olson

— Senator Lora Reinbold

— Senator Josh Revak

— Senator Mike Shower

— Senator Bert Stedman

— Senator Gary Stevens

— Senator Natasha Von Imhof

— Senator Mike Wielechowski

Senator David Wilson

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Alaska Senate set to vote on banning vax passports & discrimination

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.