Vaccine mandate exemption workshop to be held Thursday in Vancouver – ClarkCountyToday.com
The event is designed to help people facing immunization warrants obtain information on exemptions
A vaccination warrant exemption workshop will be held Thursday evening in Vancouver to help area residents learn more about their religious exemption and how to present it to employers.
The event is scheduled from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Faith Center, located at 11608 NE 107th Street in Vancouver. Participants are encouraged to visit onewashington.com and find event information in the events calendar. Registration possibilities are also available.
Those planning to attend are encouraged to arrive by 6 p.m. and bring a copy of their employer’s documents (if they exist). Documents may include an immunization policy with signatures, criteria and a process for reviewing exemption requests, as well as an exemption request form. Those in attendance are also encouraged to bring a fully charged laptop or notepad for taking notes.
Similar events have taken place in other parts of Washington State. They were organized by One Washington, a group described as “a coalition of active, informed citizens” whose goal is “informed, well-organized and effective action.”
The group’s website (OneWashington.com) is structured around three actions:
• Educate: Understanding the founding documents of our nation and the principles that guided their development is essential for citizens to understand the fundamental rights and duties as citizens. From time to time, there are also practical issues that are important to the citizens of Washington State. To this end, One Washington provides educational opportunities for citizen groups, religious communities, as well as links to useful resources.
• To organise: Since our state and nation are founded on the principle of ‘We the People’, every individual voice in this Constitutional Republic is important to the proper functioning of our government – locally, statewide and nationally. . Even so, collective action can increase individual effectiveness. One Washington helps state citizens organize in their local community, region and / or across the state to increase efficiency.
• Activate: People who care about issues affecting their families and communities often feel overwhelmed and ask, “What can I do? In addition to the previous two goals, One Washington’s ultimate goal is to be a catalyst for action by providing practical steps people can take to support and protect their God-given fundamental constitutional rights.
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