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Oklahoma Governor Signs Bill Exempting State From World Health Organization and United Nations Mandates

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Oklahoma will not enforce any mandates from the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations (UN) and the World Economic Forum (WEF) under a new bill signed by Governor Kevin Stitt. Senate Bill 426 takes effect immediately and states that Oklahoma is not bound by any requirements or mandates issued by the organizations.

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Contrary to what some social media sources have claimed, the new law does not prevent Oklahoma officials from considering recommendations made by the WHO, the UN, or the WEF. The state’s government, health department, and other bodies can still examine recommendations made to it by external sources. Rather than being bound by such advice, however, under the bill Oklahoma will retain the right to decide for itself what is best for its citizens.

Nevertheless, and as some critics have pointed out, the so-called ‘Supremacy Clause’ of the U.S. Constitution states that federal law generally    takes precedence over state law, and even state constitutions. As such, in the event of another pandemic, some observers fear that Oklahoma’s bill could potentially be overridden at the federal level.

To read how, testifying in a recent lawsuit, the WHO’s leading vaccine expert said she had advised the global body’s officials against recommending COVID vaccine passports but was essentially ignored, see this news story on our website.

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