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The recent outbreak of measles has been all over the news recently, and anyone who believes in the freedom of informed choice on a question of vaccinations is proclaimed an hysterical “anti-vaxxer,” when the science clearly advises caution.

Many states have laws that allow patients to exempt themselves from vaccinations based on personal, philosophical, or religious beliefs. That way, parents who are wary of government-mandated vaccination schedules can make their own informed decisions about their family’s health.

But the Minnesota legislature is considering two bills, SF 380 and HF 393, that would eliminate the conscientious belief exemption, making it more difficult for concerned parents to protect their children.

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Should parents be allowed to protect their children
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