Assert your rights

It is important that you document and right violations as they occur, assert your rights with businesses and organizations by corresponding with them and asking for remedy, and if remedy is not given, it is important to file reports and complaints through established pathways and government departments, and take legal action if necessary.

On Site

  • Educate
    If a business tried to deny you service for not wearing a mask, ask them to read this Notice to Businesses out loud: https://drive.google.com/file/d/16zG4_hU5J1dVALhs2S-7KFZBE6hxyv8z/view?usp=sharing

    If they ask you to leave the store, you can call the Sheriff to report harassment and intimidation. You can also call to report a crime in progress and file criminal charges against the person violating your rights.

Follow-up

If you did not receive the remedy you needed by completing the steps above, you can now move to correspondence and legal remedy.

Correspond / demand remedy
Begin correspondence by pointing out how your rights were violated. Ask them to correct the violation.

File reports & complaints if the situation is not remedied

Take legal action

Health Freedom Defense Fund (HFDF) seeks to ameliorate health injustice through education and advocacy. They aid families and individuals whose health rights have been infringed and support legal challenges to unjust laws that undermine our health and freedoms. If your rights have been infringed, they may be able to help.

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We need to work with legislators and local officials to make sure we nip the source of these issues in the bud. Move on to step 8.

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