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Recent Posts in State Legislatures

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Texas Plans to Restrict Vaccine Exemptions

Your right to vaccine exemptions is under attack in many states, from Texas to California, with lawmakers increasingly pushing for mandatory vaccination in the name of public health. The issue came to a head in 2015, when a measles outbreak that started at Disneyland ignited near hysteria about the number of unvaccinated…

Immunocompromised? What About the Vaccine-Compromised?

Immunocompromised? What About the Vaccine-Compromised?

We often hear about immunocompromised children as the primary reason new mandatory vaccination laws have become necessary. Certain legislators and media are pushing the idea that every single child needs to be fully vaccinated with 34 doses by Kindergarten to protect the very small group who can’t vaccinate. But do you know who we don’t hear the government, media, or those same…

Vaccine Exemptions and Civil Liberties at Risk in Virginia

Vaccine Exemptions and Civil Liberties at Risk in Virginia

When a child is brain injured or dies from a vaccine reaction, a disease—or for any reason—there are no words to take away the pain from the mother and father mourning for what will never be for their beloved child. Every life has value and that is why this conversation about “no exceptions” mandated use of vaccines, which are pharmaceutical products that are supposed to keep us well…

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