AIM Policy Summary: April 15, 2022

Each week, AIM staff compile new or moving legislation in jurisdictions all over the country.

This legislative summary is for the week of April 15, 2022.

Please Note: AIM is striving to monitor fast-moving state legislative developments. The information included in this summary may not be comprehensive and is subject to change. Please consult the linked jurisdiction websites for the most up-to-date information on each bill. If you are aware of missing information, please notify us. For individualized support, contact AIM Chief Policy and Government Relations Officer Brent Ewig. AIM would like to thank ASTHO for the ongoing partnership and support that makes these summaries possible and invite you to check out AIM’s Policy Toolkit for more legislative resources.

Enacted Legislation

COVID-19 Appropriations

  • HI HB 2392 was enacted on 4/12/22. This act makes an emergency appropriation for coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic mitigation including vaccination response activities.

Movement on Existing Bills

COVID-19, Mandates, and Exemptions

  • WI AB 316 was sent to the governor on 4/13/22. This act prohibits discrimination based on whether the person has received a COVID-19 vaccine.
  • WI AB 299 was sent to the governor on 4/13/22. This act prohibits proof of vaccination for COVID-19 as a condition of receiving business and government services.
  • WI AB 675 was vetoed by the governor on 4/8/22. This act relates to natural immunity to COVID-19 in lieu of proof of vaccination or test.
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