Suffering professional or financial consequences as a result of refusing an invasive pharmaceutical treatment or test is a clear violation of the human right to informed consent. Join us in urging our legislators to PASS HB262, the Right to Refuse Act, which will legally safeguard this basic right for Pennsylvanians.


Take a few minutes today or tomorrow (ASAP) to call every member of the L&I committee and tell them to PLEASE PASS HB262, the Right to Refuse Act, because NO ONE should be forced to use a pharmaceutical product in order to be employed.
Leaving a message is just fine! Be sure to include this information:
Your Name
Your city or county of residence
You want them to SUPPORT HB262, the Right to Refuse Act.

PA 2021 House Labor & Industry Committee Contact Info:

Chair Jim Cox, (717) 772-2435,
Minority Chair, Gerald J. Mullery, (717) 783-4893,
*Eric Davanzo, (717) 783-3825, *Thank him for co-sponsoring this bill!
Kate A, Klunk, (717) 787-4790,
*Eric R. Nelson, (717) 260-6146, *Thank him for co-sponsoring this bill!
Torren Ecker, (717) 783-8875,
*Barbara Gleim, (717) 772-2280, *thank her for co-sponsoring this bill!
Jim Gregory, (717) 787-9020,
Rich Irvin, (717) 787-3335,
*Mike Jones, (717) 783-8389, *Thank him for co-sponsoring this bill!
Dawn Keefer, (717) 783-8783,
Ryan Mackenzie, (717) 787-1000,
*David M Maloney Sr, (717) 260-6161 *Thank him for co-sponsoring this bill!
Lori Mizgorski, (717) 260-6407,
Michael Puskaric, (717) 260-6122,
*David Rowe, (717) 787-3443, *Thank him for co-sponsoring this bill!
Morgan Cephas, (717) 783-2192,
David Delloso, (717) 783-6437,
Ed Gainey, (717) 783-1017,
Sara Innamorato, (717) 783-9114,
Leanne Krueger, (717) 705-2567,
Jeanne McNeill, (717) 772-9902,
Jennifer O’Mara, (717) 783-4090,
Nick Pisciottano, (717) 787-8175,
Pam Snyder, (717) 783-3797,

After calling the committee, be sure to also call the district office of your own state representative. Find your legislators here.


In A Time of Uncertainty

Together in these unprecedented times, emerging narratives regarding the
Coronavirus and resulting government response are widely varied and
conflicting.  Our lives and families are seriously impacted, as finances,
mental health, and physical well-being seem to linger in a state of indefinite
jeopardy. Like you, we are continually sorting through the data and seeking
truth.  In keeping with the historic trend of publicized health data, the
statistics published by government agencies and media outlets are the product
of flawed testing and reporting methods, and therefore require the public’s
utmost scrutiny. One fact that we do know is that people are dying, and the
impact of the situation as a whole is devastating.  Our hearts go out to
all families, here in PA and beyond, who are struggling to cope with the many
forms of loss accompanying the declared pandemic.

As the current situation evolves and truths slowly emerge, PCIC will remain
fully committed to its mission to preserve the vital personal freedom and
human right to informed consent, privacy, and choice for medical procedures in
Pennsylvania, and to hold our legislators accountable to their sworn duty to
uphold the freedoms declared in Pennsylvania’s Constitution. PCIC exists to
advocate for vaccine choice and oppose medical mandates of every kind, and
here we see no unrefuted evidence great enough or circumstances dire enough to
nullify the vital human right to bodily autonomy.

The Pennsylvania Constitution States:

That the general, great and essential principles of liberty and free
government may be recognized and unalterably established, WE DECLARE THAT--

§ 1.  Inherent rights of mankind.

All men are born equally free and independent, and have certain inherent
and indefeasible rights, among which are those of enjoying and defending
life and liberty,

of acquiring, possessing and protecting property and reputation, and of
pursuing their own happiness.

§ 3.  Religious freedom.

All men have a natural and indefeasible right to worship Almighty God
according to the dictates of their own consciences;

no man can of right be compelled to attend, erect or support any place of
worship, or to maintain any ministry against his consent;
no human authority can, in any case whatever, control or interfere with the
rights of conscience,

and no preference shall ever be given by law to any religious establishments
or modes of worship.

Pennsylvania's Legislators are sworn to uphold and protect these freedoms.

The mission of the Pennsylvania Coalition for Informed Consent is to
preserve the vital personal freedom and human right to informed consent,
privacy, and choice for medical procedures in Pennsylvania and to hold our
legislators accountable to their sworn duty to uphold the freedoms declared
in Pennsylvania's Constitution.

November 3rd, 2020 was election day.

Visit the 2020 Voters Guide to find out which candidates stand for medical freedom in PA, and which DO NOT.