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Brad Barrett's Voting Record

Our local State Representative, Dr. Brad Barrett has served as a great doctor in our community. But he has failed us as a State Representative.

BARRETT VOTED YES
A “Yes” vote signifies a Representative’s REFUSAL to defend medical liberty against bureaucratic leadership. In this case, leadership was attempting to kill an amendment that would have prohibited hospitals, physicians’ offices, businesses, health officials, or any state or government agency from coercing an individual to release information about their vaccination status, proof of immunity, or results of a medical test in order to participate or gather.

Brad Barrett refuses to stand for an individual’s right to privacy of their vaccination status, proof of immunity, or results of a medical test for the purpose of an individual to work or participate in gatherings.

BARRETT VOTED NO
A “Yes” vote supported medical liberty by ensuring that employers who discriminated against employees declining a mandatory covid vaccination were not eligible for general covid immunity provided by SB1.

Brad Barrett supports employers to discriminate against employees who decline a vaccination.

Look at SB1

Vaccination Status Discrimination
SB- 1 Amendment 4

Parental Rights
HB 1531

BARRETT VOTED YES
A “Yes” vote supported allowing the state department of child services (DCS) to interview a child at an Indiana school without parental consent.

Brad Barrett supports taking away a child’s right for representation by taking away the parents right to support their child. This means that DCS can talk to your child without you being there.

BARRETT VOTED NO
A “Yes” vote supported protecting the Right to Worship even during a state of emergency by prohibiting the Governor from setting limitations on church operation by executive order.

Brad Barrett does not support your right to freely worship your God during a state of emergency. Is it the government’s business to ever tell an individual when they can join together to worship?

Right to Worship
HB 1123 Amendment 3

Right to Hospice Visitation
HB 1123 Amendment 7

BARRETT VOTED NO
A “Yes” vote supported prohibiting the state, or an officer or employee of the state or a political subdivision may not restrict the right of an individual to visit another individual in a hospital during an emergency.

Brad Barrett does not support your right to visit your loved one while they are sick in the hospital during any emergency, Covid or the next pandemic. He is a physician that worked in the hospital and knows the importance of someone’s complete healing with being surrounded by loved ones and still voted no.

BARRETT VOTED NO
A “Yes” vote supported prohibiting the state, or an officer or employee of the state or a political subdivision may not restrict the right of any business to conduct business as usual during an emergency.

Brad Barrett chose to tell all business owners how they should run their business, they should mandate masks and vaccines for their employees.

Right to Operate a Business
HB 1123 Amendment 8

Right to Gather as Families
HB 1123 Amendment 9

BARRETT VOTED NO
Yes” vote supported prohibiting the state or an officer or employee of the state from imposing any mandates on or restrictions on any individual or family during an emergency.

Brad Barrett thinks it is ok for the government to tell you and your family how many people can come together at your house for dinner. And how many people can come together for your child’s wedding.

HB-1001

BARRETT VOTED YES
Barrett co-authored this bill. Even at it’s inception this bill did not provide adequate protections for Hoosiers.

A Yes vote affirmed discriminatory practice of twice weekly testing employees using exemptions when vaccinated may still get and transmit covid. The bill is touted to recognize natural immunity; however officials neglect to share that proof of immunity needs to be provided every three months and employees using natural immunity exemptions are still subject to twice weekly testing.

BARRETT VOTED YES
A bill setting dangerous precedents for temporary licensing of health professionals who have not passed minimum competency. The bill also watered down educational standards for nursing schools. Large numbers of nurses and nursing educators spoke out against the bill. Barrett co-authored this bill and voted YES on final passage.

A YES vote further degraded the integrity and safety in Hoosier hospitals when so many have concerns about the present quality of care. Legislators traded the thought of temporary relief of staffing shortages for unsafe environment for patients and staff alike. To make this YES vote worse, Barrett also voted YES on SB1 in 2021, granting immunity to hospitals so they are not liable for issues as a result of poor care.

Posted on April 11, 2022 by Chris Monaghan
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