Wisconsin company offers to install microchips on employees
Alabama Democrats want to make it illegal for public and private employers in the state to force their employees to get microchipped.
A bill pre-filed for the state Legislature's upcoming session would make it a felony for state agencies, private businesses, insurance providers, or bail bondsmen in the state to require employees to be implanted with a microchip as a condition of employment or services.
The bill defines a microchip as "a device subcutaneously implanted in an individual that is passively or actively capable of transmitting personal information to another device using radio frequency technology."
"The term does not include any device used in the diagnosis, monitoring, treatment, or prevention of a health condition that only transmits information necessary to carry out the diagnosis, monitoring, treatment, or prevention of that health condition," the bill states.
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