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GA Senate Passes Bill Opposing Involuntary Microchips
By Sasha S. Horne
Updated: 3 hours ago
A bill that prohibits microchips from being involuntarily implanted in humans overwhelmingly passed the State Senate today.
The Senate bill that passed today would outlaw placing microchips under a persons skin without their consent. (photo from
The bill would outlaw placing sensors, transmitters or other micro devices under a persons skin without their consent.
It is sponsored by Republican State Senator Chip Pearson.
"This is simply to try to get ahead and protect under our state constitution
our rights as people first," Pearson said. "We implant cattle and dogs,
and that's fine. I just don't think implanting someone against their
will is something that should be allowed."
Pearson said he is
not aware of any microchips being involuntary implanted in people right
now, so Democratic Senator Ronald Ramsey questioned the need for the
"This body is being asked to pass a law on a subject that has no real or received threat at this time," said Ramsey.
In the end, the bill passed the Senate 47-2 and now goes to the house.