Model State-Level WHO Legislation by Door to Freedom

The text below from Door to Freedom is a model state-level resolution reinforcing that the WHO shall have no jurisdiction in the state.

The model bill as listed below did not mention the World Economic Forum, but Louisiana’s Senate Bill 133 did, and Dr. Meryl Nass, founder of Door to Freedom, considers it an excellent addition. Specifically naming the World Economic Forum could be useful in holding legislators’ feet to the fire, as they will have to go on record as voting for or against the WEF influencing matters in their state.


In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Twenty-Four

A RESOLUTION relative to public health, safety, and State sovereignty.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

1 World Health Organization; Jurisdiction.

The World Health Organization or any multinational entity shall have no jurisdiction in [STATE NAME]. The State and its political subdivisions, including, but not limited to counties, cities, towns, precincts, water districts, school districts, school administrative units, or quasi-public entities, shall not engage in the enforcement of, or any collaboration with the enforcement of, any requirements, instructions, mandates, recommendations, or guidance provided by the World Health Organization. Furthermore, any mandates, recommendations, instructions, communications or guidance issued by the World Health Organization shall not be used in this State as a basis for action, nor to direct, order or otherwise impose, contrary to the constitution and laws of the state of [STATE NAME] any requirements whatsoever, including those for masks, vaccines or medical testing, or gather any public or private information about the State’s citizens or residents, and shall have no force or effect in [STATE NAME].

2 Effective Date. This act shall take effect 60 days after its passage.


This bill provides that the World Health Organization shall have no jurisdiction in [STATE NAME], nor shall its communications be used as a basis for action in [STATE NAME].

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