The Kansas Senate has passed a bill approving ivermectin and prescription

Senate Sub. For HB 2280, as amended, there are concerns about prescribing and distributing drugs for off-label use for childhood vaccines and religious exemptions, the bill said.

The bill passed with 21 votes in favor and 16 against.

Capital-Journal reports:

The Senate worked on several bills until dawn in a marathon session. The off-label drug bill, HB 2280, passed just before 1:30 a.m. on 21-16

“Thousands of Kansans and millions of Americans have died as a result of this propaganda, which has shut down first aid,” said Sen. Mark Stephen, R-Hutchinson. “I firmly believe that passing this bill through the Senate will gain national attention and help be an important part of caring for those who need it.”

The bill would allow doctors to prescribe ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine, and any other FDA-approved drug that is not a controlled substance for off-label use for COVID-19 prevention or treatment.

With this, pharmacists have to fill out a prescription, removing their professional discretion for refusing to fill out a prescription, unless they find a reason other than a connection to COVID-19.

“With this provision, a doctor can write a prescription for abortion medicine in the guise of COVID and the pharmacist must fill it out,” said Cindy Holsher, D-Overland Park, who opposed the bill.

Another section protects physicians from an epidemic-related healing art investigation board, and prohibits any “recommendation, prescription, use, or opinion” of treating Covid-19 from being considered unprofessional behavior.

The bill also extends existing religious exemptions for childhood wellness vaccines in schools and day care. This effectively creates a new exemption where any parent can claim moral or ethical exemptions for vaccinating young people.

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