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US Vaccine Exemptions Remain Secure in 2018

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  • In Minnesota, two bills that tried to eliminate conscientious vaccine exemptions (SF 3977 and HF 4406) failed to secure even a single hearing.
  • The same thing happened in Oklahoma, where a bill (SB 1123) that would have eliminated all exemptions to vaccination except for limited medical reasons, along with a resolution (SJR 57), which would have placed the elimination of all non-medical exemptions on the next general election ballot, were both rejected.   
  • Minnesota HF 96 and SF 143 would have required parents to get a physician to sign off on the conscientious belief exemption and would have replaced the language “conscientious belief” with “personal belief,” but both of these bills died.
  • Government health officials do not like vaccine exemption language that includes the words “religious” or “conscientious” because freedom of religion and freedom of conscience are defined as human rights. 

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NVIC’s 2018 Annual Report on U.S. State Vaccine Legislation: Breakdown, Trends and Predictions

By NVIC Advocacy Team and Dr. Joseph Mercola at Mercola.com

Protection of the human right to exercise informed consent to vaccination continues to be a topic that is of great concern for many people in America. In a 2018 Annual Report on U.S. State Vaccine Legislation, the non-profit charity National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) reports that during this year’s legislative session, no state eliminated or restricted existing medical, religious and conscientious or philosophical exemptions for daycare or school attendance.

This is the third year in a row that state legislatures have rejected the efforts of vaccine industry lobbyists to persuade more state governments to do what California did in 2015 and eliminate the legal right of citizens to exercise freedom of thought, conscience and informed consent when making vaccine decisions for themselves and their children.

Working to prevent vaccine injuries and deaths through public education since 1982, NVIC is the largest and oldest U.S. charity disseminating information about diseases, vaccines and informed consent to vaccination. NVIC provides well-referenced, accurate information to the public about vaccination and health but does not make vaccine use recommendations. In 2010, NVIC launched the NVIC Advocacy Portal (NVICAP), a free online vaccine choice advocacy network, for the purpose of securing and defending informed consent protections in state vaccine policies and laws. More

VAXXTER: Merck Accused Of Deceiving Public With HPV Vaccine In Court Case

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The HPV vaccine continues to be one of the most controversial vaccines in history. Numerously reported side-effects stemming from the Gardasil shot have caused parents worldwide to clamor at the thought of giving it to their teenage children. New Jersey, in fact, is attempting to make the HPV vaccine mandatory, which tells you just about everything you need to know about how parents likely feel over the matter.

In 2018 already, there have been 85,329 reports of adverse reactions to the HPV vaccine, as reported by the VigiAccess database

Now, Merck is being accused of “fast-tracking” the Gardasil vaccine, according to GreenMedInfo.

Back in 2016, a California family filed a complaint with the Superior Court of the State of California against Gardasil maker, Merck. They claim that their daughter received the Gardasil shot three times over the course of a year starting in 2010. The girl, over the next few years, would be diagnosed with POTS and later on, a small fiber neuropathy that affected her entire body.

Her family became convinced that their daughter’s health issues stemmed from the Gardasil shots she took in the years prior. The family has accused Merck of deceitful marketing practices and rushing the drug to market.

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‘Police State’ Registry System Being Set Up to Track Your Vaccination Status

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ACTION ALERT: Oppose Unconstitutional State Forced Vaccine Tracking of Your Family – OPPOSE SB 1680 and HB 1045 (FL)

Your government is watching and tracking your decisions – even saying “No” to vaccines.

The Centers for Disease Control has been quietly rolling out a nationwide program called the Immunization Information Systems (IIS), registering your vaccine information into a database. [1] This effort has been run in parallel with state vaccine registry implementations.

What is the intention of such programs?

My colleague Leslie Manookian, writer and director of the movie The Greater Good, wrote in a recent article, the “CDC has openly stated that vaccine registries are a tool to identify areas of ‘undervaccination’ so that they can be ‘addressed’ and brought into ‘compliance.'” [2]

I would also add to Leslie’s statement that since the government purchases a large bulk of the vaccines (for example, the Vaccines for Children program), it is in their financial interest to make sure vaccines are consumed regularly.

If you exempt your child from being vaccinated, your refusal is also being tracked and put into the database. If you want to know why this is a big deal, read on.

But first, what does tracking every vaccine you or your children have ever been injected with look like?

Big Plans for You

I want to make this very real for you.

The government collects information on who vaccinates their children and who does not. They know how many children have had their vaccines. They also know how many children have opted out of being vaccinated. They have the data.

The government has big plans and the most outrageous part about this entire scheme is you don’t have a choice – your data is entered. In order to accomplish this task we have to answer 3 basic questions.

1. What data is being tracked?

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Please Protect Your Vaccine Exemption Rights

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Parents are the rightful decision-makers for their children’s healthcare.
Adults are the rightful decision-makers of their bodies and employment.
Please join us in protecting the fundamental right to decline vaccines recommended by government for children and adults.

Click On Your State Below and Take Action by entering your Zip Code and sending a direct message to the legislators to defend your right to make informed, voluntary decisions about vaccinations.  One size does NOT fit all – your action to protect your rights is urgently needed! 

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OPPOSE Indiana SB 162, allowing a hospital to force vaccination as a condition of employment and to grant liability protection for hospitals firing employees. SB162 was scheduled for a hearing on Wednesday February 24th at 3:30 in the House Public Health Committee in the House Chamber.  We need you to make it a priority to contact the committee members before the hearing to oppose the bill, and if you are close to the capitol, to come and testify against the bill.  We also need you to contact your own Representative and the Governor.  SB 162 unfortunately passed the full senate on 2/2/16 completely unopposed with a vote of 50 yes and 0 no. The bill was amended to become a much worse bill. Read the bill here. Take Action Here.

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We need to ALL stand together to protect Vaccine Exemption Rights now!

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This is a Human Right!

Parents are the rightful decision-makers for their children’s healthcare. Please join us in protecting the fundamental right to decline or modify vaccines or other injections or treatments recommended by government for children.

Mass vaccination policies are made at the state level – where your action to protect your rights is urgently needed! Click On Your State Below NOW to defend the right to make informed, voluntary decisions about vaccinations. Join Washington, Oregon and Maryland in successfully convincing legislators to stop bills that would restrict the legal right to make voluntary choices about vaccinations. Click on Your State Below NOW to tell your legislators that the right and responsibility for making medical intervention decisions for preventative care for your family belongs to you!

Click on Your State to OPPOSE These Bills that would take away your rights:
California – Hearing 4/28
Connecticut
Illinois

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Minnesota

North Carolina
New Jersey SB 1147

New Jersey AB 1931
Pennsylvania
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California SB 277, eliminating personal belief exemptions to vaccinations, will be heard in the Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 1:30 P.M. in Room 112. SB 277 was amended and passed out of the Education Committee on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 on a vote of 7y:2n. The Education Committee heard SB 277 on April 15 but it postponed voting on the bill until April 22 to give Senator Pan more time to address several Senators’ unresolved concerns. The amended bill now excepts pupils in a home-based private school and students enrolled in an independent study pursuant to specified law from the prohibition described in SB277. SB 277 passed the Senate Health Committee, 6y:2n, on April 8. Read the bill and check its status here. Take Action Here.

Connecticut HB 6949, restricting religious exemptions to vaccination, was substituted in the Joint Committee on Public Health on March 18th. The current version of the bill still requires exemptions to be notarized, but the section requiring education has been removed. Read the current bill here. Take Action Here.

Illinois SB 1410, originally severely restricting religious exemptions to vaccination, was amended on the Senate Floor and was passed out of the Senate, 42y:14n, on April 23. The Senate floor amendment makes it clear that the bill does not give a health care provider grounds to determine a religious exemption but the bill still is mandating health care provider visits and education before using the exemption; read the floor amendment here. After the Senate Public Health Committee passed the bill on April 14, 2015 (6 yeas; 3 nays), the bill received its 2nd and 3rd readings. Now SB 1410 will head to the IL House. Read the senate bill here. Take Action Here.

HB 2560, now different from SB1410, would restrict the religious exemption to vaccination in IL by requiring parents present to the school authority a signed certificate detailing their grounds for objection to the immunization. The grounds for objection must set forth the specific belief that conflicts with the immunization. The certificate must also be signed by the health care provider and submitted every year. Philosophical and moral reluctance are not sufficient for an exemption. The local school authority would decide if the content of the certificate of religious exemption constitutes a valid religious exemption.

Maine LD 606 would eliminate personal belief exemptions to vaccination and was referred to the Health and Human Services Committee on 3/3/2015. Current law allows exemptions because of a person’s philosophical beliefs from immunization requirements for students in elementary and secondary schools and postsecondary schools and employees of nursery schools and health care facilities. This bill would remove those exemptions. The bill also directs the Department of Health and Human Services to remove any immunization exemptions because of philosophical beliefs from its rules. The bill is sponsored by Rep. Ralph Tucker. Read the bill here. Take Action Here.

Minnesota SB 380/HB 393 would eliminate the conscientious belief exemption and replace it with a restricted personal belief exemption. SF 380 passed the Senate Health, Human Services and Housing Committee, as amended, on March 18 and was read a 2nd time on March 23, 2015. SF 380 is currently on general orders in the Senate and could be voted on any day. H.B.393/S.B 380 would require a person to obtain a statement from a physician that provides immunizations verifying that the physician has reviewed with the parent or guardian, or the child if emancipated, information about the risks and benefits of the vaccines that is consistent with information published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Read the bill here. Take Action Here.

New Jersey SB 1147, restricting religious exemptions to vaccinations, is still awaiting a Senate floor vote after passing out of committee on March 9. Both legislative chambers are currently on a budget break and so the earliest the Senate could vote on SB 1147 is May 18; the Assembly’s next voting session is on May 14. Continue to contact your NJ State Senator and ask them to VOTE NO or ABSTAIN on S1147. Read the bill here. Take Action Here.

New Jersey AB 1931, restricting religious exemptions to vaccinations, passed the Assembly Health and Senior Services Committee, 9y:1n, on March 16 and is awaiting a full Assembly vote. Both legislative chambers are currently on a budget break and so the earliest the Assembly could vote on AB 1931 is May 14; the Senate’s next voting session is on May 18. AB 1931 requires a written statement “explaining how the administration of the vaccine conflicts with the bona fide religious tenets or practices of the student, or the parent or guardian.” As such it requires parents to explain and ultimately justify their deeply held personal and private religious beliefs to the government. Read the bill here. Take Action Here.

North Carolina SB 346, eliminating the religious exemption to vaccination, died on April 2! Congratulations North Carolina! The new law would have added new mandates for school children in NC. If this passed children would have been required to receive hepatitis A, hepatitis B, rotavirus, diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, poliomyelitis, red measles (rubeola) and rubella.(rubeola), rubella, mumps, pneumococcal, influenza, varicella and meningitis vaccines, in addition to any other virus, disease, or condition against which the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends. Current requirements do not include Hepatitis A, rotavirus, pneumococcal, flu or meningitis vaccines. Read the bill here. Take Action Here.

Pennsylvania HB 883, a bill to eliminate philosophical belief exemptions from vaccination requirements, was referred to the House Committee on Health on 4/6/2015. The current exemption law in PA includes an exemption for “on the basis of a strong moral or ethical conviction” in addition to religious beliefs. Read the bill here. Take Action Here.

Rhode Island SB 381 would eliminate religious exemptions to vaccination requirements. A hearing was held on SB 381 on 3/26/15 by the Senate Health and Human Services. The current status of the bill is that it is being held in committee for further study. Continue to contact members of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee and your own State Senator and ask them to oppose SB 381. Read the bill here. Take Action Here.

Texas HB 2006, a bill that would repeal conscientious and religious exemptions to vaccinations, was referred to the Public Health Committee on March 11. Read the bill here. Take Action Here.

Vermont HB 98 would eliminate philosophical belief exemptions to vaccination. On April 22, the Vermont Senate approved an amendment on HB 98 to remove the philosophical exemption to vaccination 18y:11n and then passed the bill out of the Senate on Third Reading by vocal majority (no roll call taken). Read the bill here. Take Action Here.

Additional bills relating to vaccination exemptions and immunization registries for you to support and oppose can be found at NVIC.org, here.

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Protect Your Right to Use the MN Vaccine Conscientiously Held Belief Exemption Without Obstructions!

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The issue about whether vaccine science is safe and effective is a secondary issue.

The primary issue is about who makes vaccines and why they really want to force us to inject their vaccines in our bodies. That is something you need to know before the vaccine compliance SWAT team knocks on your door. Dees_Vaccines

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Minnesota S.F.380 Vaccine bill has a Senate Hearing Wednesday March 18th!

Oppose S.F. 380 NOW!

Click Here and Immediately Write to Committee Members and OPPOSE the bill!
If you have already written, WRITE AGAIN!
When you take action your email will automatically be sent to all of the Committee Members of the Health and Human Services and Housing in the Senate as well as the Committee Members of House Health and Human Services Reform. Their names and contact info will appear on your screen to confirm that you have taken action. Please use this info and call the Senate Committee members and leave a message to vote NO on S.F.380.

►Come to the hearing
Wednesday March 18, 2015
12 Noon – 1:30pm and then again at 5:00pm into the evening

Because S.F.380 is near the end of the agenda, it may not be heard until after 5pm, but no way of knowing yet. We will let you know if and when we know more.

Committee on Health, Human Services and Housing
Chair: Sen. Kathy Sheran
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S.F. 380/H.F. 393 are bills attempting to impose barriers on parents before they exercise their fundamental right to decline vaccines under MN’s legal exemptions!

HF. 393 authors: Immunization exemption procedures modified.
Freiberg ; Ward ; Schultz ; Liebling ; Halverson ; Simonson ; Carlson
; Bernardy ; Murphy, E. ; Yarusso ; Fischer ; Loeffler ; Erhardt ; Davnie
; Rosenthal ; Kahn ; Isaacson ; Slocum ; Uglem

Minnesota S.F. 380/H.F. 393 seeks to make opting out of childhood vaccinations more difficult for MN parents. Under current law, parents can opt children out of vaccination for medical reasons if approved by doctors, or because they hold conscientiously held beliefs if they present notarized forms to their schools. But, SF 380/HF 393 would require those parents to first talk to a Physician and obtain a statement from the physician verifying that the physician has reviewed with the parent information about the risks and benefits of the vaccines that is consistent with information published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.(emphasis, mine.  This is the last place I would go for relevant information on vaccines.)

Please help stop this attempt to set up hurdles for parents before they exercise their fundamental rights to direct the health choices and wellness path of their children. Click Here to Take Action by putting in your zip code and sending an automatic message to your legislator and the Committee Members NOW!
Click Here to read the bill introduced on January 29, 2015 and referred to the Senate Health, Human Services and Housing Committee and to the House Health and Human Services Reform Committee.

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