Global Banking found a way to force micro- chipping Legislation through jobs, attacking Americans at their weakest areas. Legislation to create a set of standards for the microchipping of employees -- a move described as a "pre-emptive" action by the bill's sponsor -- was passed January 2019 Thursday by the House 84-4, sending the bill to the Senate.
Holding up printouts of news articles that describe "thousands" of people in Sweden volunteering to have microchips implanted under their skin, and reporting on a company in Wisconsin that was experimenting with the practice, Rep. Stephen Meeks, R-Greenbrier, said lawmakers should create rules to protect workers before the trend comes to Arkansas.
Meeks' legislation, House Bill 1177, sets up several rules for the practice of microchipping employees. The law would require that workers have an option to decline being microchipped, and that if they elect to have chips implanted, they can later request that they be removed at any time.
Employers also would have to disclose to their employees what data are carried in the microchip, and how they may be used. Employers would be required to pay the full cost of implanting or removing the microchip.
Meeks said he was unaware of any companies in Arkansas planning to implant their workers with chips.
According to a National Public Radio story, which Meeks referred to in his floor speech, rice-size microchips implanted in a web of skin next to the thumb are being used by Swedes to swipe for entry into their homes, workplaces and even into subways.
Meeks said the microchips gaining popularity do not have GPS technology that employers could use to track users outside the workplace.
Lawmakers in Maryland last year passed similar legislation. That legislation included civil penalties for employers who violate the law. Meeks' HB1177 does not include any penalties for employers who violate the law. He said he may look at amending the bill to strengthen enforcement.
Asked why not propose legislation to simply ban the practice, Meeks said such a ban could be overruled by the courts, leaving the state with no protections.
Meeks, who is chairman of of the Joint Advanced Communications and Information Technology Committee, said he has no plans to implant himself with a microchip.
The Global Banking has become the concerns of many people.
Sorry, Wrong again...
This bill has nothing to do with microchipping for financial transactions... this bill covers employer mandates to microchip employees for various security and administrative reasons... it gives emplyees the righ to refuse and if accepted volutarily the right to revoke perimission and too know what the chip will be used for.
This is not a banking bill... it is an employer/workers piece of legislation... labor law not banking law. But, I suppose this is expect given the level of comprehension possesed by those posting such jibberish...
It starts with the most easy targets, like Jobs, then it progressively will end up as a way to track all people.
here is their pdf: http://www.arkleg.state.ar.us/assembly/2019/2019R/Bills/HB1177.pdf
They will in time force this into a Congressional vote all across America.
What? How do you figure a bill restricting employers from mandating microchips for employees is a bad deal... How is it targeting jobs? It is stopping employers from issuing mandates which require their employees to take a microchip or lose their jobs.
Hank you and your tribe have gone looney... not everything the government does is bad... read what the bill does... it protects workers against forced microchipping... it guarantees workers the right to refuse and if they should take a chip... too, later have it removed, at their discretion, and without employer induced penalties.
This act protects the public from being forced to choose between their jobs and taking a microchip. Wake up... read and use a little common sense when judging what legislation is good and which is bad for the general public.
Its easy to figure out Ronald, legislation to use jobs as the course of action, and they did not list how dangerous 5g micro- chipping is. And these chips are interfaced with the banks as well as 5g tracking towers that are going up across America.
What has this to do with legislation PROHIBITING the mandatory issue of microchips to employees... Where is your head? This bill is an ANTICHIP bill. Jesus some people need your immidiate help in the area of comprehension. Reading maybe... understanding not happening.
Not one 5G trackng station will be built because of this bill... and any built will be less likely to have chips too monitor with this bill passing. The Bill deals with employer mandates to force individuals to take a chip... it has nothing to do with prohibiting 5G communications towers from being built... albiet will make them less likely to be able to track those individuals who will be empowered to say no to a chip... using this bill.
So far no bill to mandate or assist employers or banks to make microchipping manditory has been proposed. This Bill can not stop such a proposal and simply introducing a labor bill is not reason to cry wolf that it will be used to impose some future labor bill pro chipping... that can happen all on its own. We live in a democracy and one side or the other can introduce bills representing the views of their constituents.
Yeah, I think... microchipping is currently overblown... no laws mandate it... however, we need to carefully monitor any bills involving Microchipping individuals.
Ah ha ha ha..!!!!!!
We are watching the issue.
Yeah, Rosie... Ah, ha, ha, ha... monitoring all things which affect our liberty is the duty of an informed electorate ... the duty of all American's who value their liberty and Constitutional Republic.