Michigan Makes Worker Microchips Voluntary … Wait, What?

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If you adopted your pet from a rescue shelter, they probably have a microchip embedded just beneath the skin on the back of their neck. It’s a tiny radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip that’s no larger than a grain of rice, and it helps you find your furry friend if they ever get lost.

Now, in a strange twist, you could also have a microchip just like it, as some companies have adopted the tracking technology in lieu of keys or traditional building access badges.

Last week, however, the Michigan House of Representatives took a preemptive strike against the technology, passing a bill to make the microchips voluntary in the state. The Microchip Protection Act would allow Michigan employers to use microchipping, but could in no way force employees to participate.

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Original Source: By Popular Mechanics

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  1. Section three of the hill, as written, indicates that if court ordered it could be court ordered to be microchipped. Michigan house bill 5672. This is why it’s important to read beyond the headlines and read the details. I encourage every resident of the state of Michigan to contact their senator and legislature to implore them to remove this language from the bill. #constitutionalrights #michigan

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