Tricia Lindsay is a civil rights attorney in New York with a valuable perspective to offer on the vaccine mandates, the well-being of our children, parental rights, and freedom of religion. In this episode, we talk about the New York Senate’s Assembly Bill A416 which “relates to the removal of cases, contacts and carriers of communicable diseases who are potentially dangerous to the public health.” While the bill was withdrawn in December 2021, almost simultaneously Gov. Hochul proposed a regulation which is far more expansive and increases her powers to issue “mandatory quarantine” and “enforcement of an isolation or quarantine order through the use or possible use of law enforcement personnel.” Tricia shares her thoughts on why such measures and mandates are “the new segregation.” How can we escape this form of enslavement? And what might it look like to hold leaders accountable?
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