Doctors in California sued the state for mandating so-called “implicit bias” training for physicians in continuing education courses, according to a press release from Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF).
California passed Assembly Bill 241 in 2019, which mandates so-called “implicit bias” trainings for doctors by law, in which they are required to learn about their so-called “unconscious bias” against certain racial groups. Dr. Azadeh Khatibi and Dr. Marilyn Singleton filed a lawsuit against the state along with Pacific Legal Foundation and Do No Harm, a medical activist organization, arguing that being forced to participate in so-called “implicit bias” training by the state violates the First Amendment.
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