Louisiana Senate passes bill to end state cooperation with UN and W.H.O.

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BATON ROUGE, La. (March 29, 2024) – On Tuesday, the Louisiana Senate unanimously passed a bill that would end state and local cooperation with rules and mandates that may be imposed by international organizations, including the United Nations and the World Health Organization (WHO).

Sen. Thomas Pressly and two cosponsors introduced Senate Bill 133 (SB133) on Feb. 29. The proposed law declares, “The World Health Organization, United Nations, and the World Economic Forum shall have no jurisdiction or power within the state of Louisiana.”

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The bill then takes a practical step to limit their impact in the state by barring state and local cooperation with their rules, regulations, and mandates.

“No rule, regulation, fee, tax, policy, or mandate of any kind of the World Health Organization, United Nations, and the World Economic Forum shall be enforced or implemented by the state of Louisiana or any agency, department, board, commission, political subdivision, governmental entity of the state, parish, municipality, or any other political entity.”

On March 26, the Senate passed SB133 by a 37-0 vote.

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