On September 1, 2019 APIC issued a policy statement encouraging state legislators to support pro-vaccine policies and oppose any efforts to delay or prevent immunization.
On February 14, 2019 APIC sent a letter to the California Department of Public Health as there were revisiting infection prevention regulations in the state.
On February 14, APIC sent a letter to the Rhode Island House Committee on Health, Education and Welfare supporting legislation that would require central service technicians to obtain certification.
On September 11, APIC sent a letter to the House Economic Development, Commerce, and Labor Committee opposing Ohio House Bill 193. If passed, the measure would prohibit employers from mandating influenza vaccination as a term of employment.
On June 2, APIC sent a letter of support for Massachusetts Senate Bill 1205. The measure would require central service technicians to obtain certification and annually complete 10 hours of continuing edcuation credits.