Mandatory Vaccines In Pennsylvania Are One Step Closer?!

  • Posted March 13, 2017

Are we one step closer to mandatory vaccines in Pennsylvania?

Currently, Pennsylvania law requires that children receive certain vaccinations before they may attend school, and the law allows for three exemptions. Exemptions that parents and children may use in exercising their rights and liberty are:

  • a pre-existing health issue
  • a religious objection
  • a strong moral or ethical conviction similar to a religious belief

 

But now, the rights of the residents of Pennsylvania are under attack. SB217 is a bill that would eliminate the exemption for “a strong moral or ethical conviction similar to a religious belief.”

 

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This is dangerous as it moves Pennsylvania one step closer to outright mandatory vaccinations, as we have no guarantee that the other two exemptions are immune from attack. (pun intended)

No matter your position on vaccines, this bill should be opposed as the government has NO right to take over the duties and rights a family has in governing itself. This would be a grave injustice.

There is much information available which is for and against vaccines, and it is the duty of parents and individuals to be informed. Based on their beliefs, their rights must be respected, even if not everybody agrees with them. Governments have no right to take over this duty.

If you live in Pennsylvania, contact your representative and voice your opposition to this intrusion of mandatory vaccines in Pennsylvania.

God Bless.

 

For information on How to Legally Opt out of Vaccinations for a Religious Objection

For the National Vaccine Information Center to be informed

To connect with the Pennsylvania Coalition for Informed Consent

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