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Proposed State Law Bans Indiana Companies Forcibly Microchipping Employees - Government Practice News

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Posted on: Mar 18, 2020

By Hon. Jennifer Harrison, Marion Superior Court

House Bill 1143 prohibits an employer from requiring an employee to have a device implanted in his or her body as a condition of employment, as a condition of employment in a particular position, or as a condition of receiving additional compensation or benefits. The bill’s sponsor, Sen. Jon Ford, stated a company in Wisconsin and several in Sweden are using microchips in employees’ hands on a voluntary basis and he is concerned about this trend entering our State. Read the text of the bill here and an article on the bill’s journey here.

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