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School vaccination exemption lost in California . . . what now?

By AL Whitney © copyround 2015
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Jerry Brown

Governor Jerry Brown

On June 30, 2015 California’s governor Brown signed SB 277, that was recently passed by both the California House of Representatives and Senate. This new STATE OF CALIFORNIA statute closed the door on non-medical exemptions to state mandated school vaccinations.

There have been many responses to this travesty, unsurprisingly.  The parents who have unquestioningly accepted the falsehoods  spewing out of Big Pharma and the CDC (exposed by a Harvard Study) are relieved for they naively believe this change will serve to protect their own children. Those who understand the reality regarding vaccines are appropriately stunned and frightened.

Proposals to overcome the loss of protective exemptions are varied. Here are the most prevalent so far:

  1. Leave the state
  2. Find a doctor willing to sign a medical exemption
  3. Write your own religious exemption citing the first amendment of the Constitution
  4. Support a referendum: take the vaccine exemption issue to the general public in hopes over overriding the legislative decision
  5. File a lawsuit
  6. Home school your children
  7. Submit a legal notice

Perhaps the vaccine-aware population needs to take a close look at these proposals before they put their time, money or hope into them.

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