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Vaccine Legislative Update: The Vaccine Police State is Knocking...

Vaccine Legislative Update: The Vaccine Police State is Knocking...

There are six vaccine bills in each of 30+ states that now either require more vaccines for more people or further restrict our right to refuse them.

The National Vaccine Information Center's Advocacy Portal ( lists current vaccine bills throughout the U.S. Right now, it lists from one to six vaccine bills in each of 30+ states. Most of these bills, if passed into law, would further expand an already out-of-control pharmaceutical vaccine agenda that seeks to require more vaccines for more people while further restricting our right to refuse them. Join the Portal NOW to help defend vaccine freedom of choice!

Here's a quick look at the authoritarian agendas being promoted by current bills around the U.S.:

1. Flu vaccines (6 states):
   A) Required for healthcare workers: CT, IL, MO
   B) Required for the elderly: CT
   C) Must be offered to healthcare workers: GA, NJ
   D) Must adopt a flu vaccine policy: CT
   E) Health department may offer to kids in schools: PA

2. HPV vaccine (6 states):
   A) Required: KY (boys and girls), NY, VA (boys)
   B) Parents required to get information about: FL, GA
   C) Health department can provide to girls entering 7th grade: SC *(unconstitutional if done without parental knowledge and consent)

3. Meningitis vaccine: Required for middle school, high school and/or college students (7 states): IL, IN, MO, NE, NY, TN, TX

4. DTP vaccine: Hospitals must mandate to employees: NE

5. Other New Employee Vaccine Requirements:
   A) Vaccines for childcare facility employees: TX
   B) Pertussis vaccine required for teachers and childcare workers: VT

6. Schools have to post exemption rates: AZ

7. Pharmacists may vaccinate children (6 states): GA, MD, MT, NJ, OH, OR

8. Department of health may make changes to vaccine requirements based on federal recommendations: HI

9. Vaccine Registries (4 states):
   A) Extend immunization tracking to include adults: ID, ND
   B) Removes informed consent for vaccine registry: TX
   C) Immunization records can be shared with the tracking system without consent: MT

10. Requires parents to receive vaccine propaganda to exercise an exemption for their child: ME

11. Restricts access to religious exemptions: NJ

12. Allows minors to consent to vaccines: NY, TX

13. Suspends non-medical exemptions when exemption rates fall below 90%: VT

It's not all bad news, though. Here's a summary of bills that would further the cause of vaccine freedom if signed into law:

1. Remove or Prohibit Requirements (3 states):
   A) Prohibit employers from requiring flu vaccines: CT
   B) Prohibits flu vaccine requirement for school children: MI
   C) Removes immunization requirement for community-technical colleges: CT

2. Add or Protect An Exemption (6 states):
   A) Adds a conscientious or philosophical exemption: KS, NY, NJ, OR
   B) Exempts children under 6 from Hep. B vaccine if the mother

tests negative: NJ
   C) Provides protections for parents who exercise a religious exemption: NY;
   D) Expands religious exemption right: SD
   E) Healthcare facilities must provide a religious exemption to flu shots: OK

3. Parents required to be informed of vaccine ingredients before a vaccine is administered: ME, MO

4. Requires labeling and consent for vaccines derived from aborted fetal tissue: MN

The pharmaceutical vaccine agenda is playing out rapidly in state legislatures. We MUST speak out now, loudly and effectively, if we are to avoid becoming an authoritarian vaccine police state where everyone is required to get vaccine after vaccine with no right to refuse. In 2010, there were more than 330 vaccines either already on the market or in development. Now, in 2013, there are 250 vaccines either in clinical trials or already awaiting approval by the FDA.[1] There's no light at the end of this tunnel. Join the NVIC Advocacy Portal—they've made it easy to find out what's going on in your state and around the country, and to take action when that's needed. I'm here to help as well in any way that I can. My list of past legislative projects is here:


[1] US pharma: 907 bologic drugs and vaccines now in R&D, PharmaTimes Online,

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of GreenMedInfo or its staff.

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Everyone has a right to life, liberty, and...


Universal Declaration of Health Freedom: 
Everyone has a right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of healthiness.
The right to liberty, as noted by John Ralston Saul: “Freedom - an occupied space which must be reoccupied every day.” Liberty does not come without decisions and actions.   
First of all, we need to clearly understand that forced vaccinations are assaults that sometimes result in death. That vaccine makers, government officials, and medical professionals are 'not liable' in the case of injury or death.  That makes you liable if you decide to accept the vaccination. 
The right to refuse vaccinations must be exercised to maintain its existence. 
Fighting unjust legislation is important. But true resistance does not stop there.  It is important to continue the battle at personal points of contact, social points of contact, and legal points of contact. 
We need to be aware that if we want to fight vaccination on a personal basis, we are perfectly within our rights to ask for a 'sink injection' or a 'paper vaccination'. We are ALL perfectly within our rights to refuse the vaccination, even up to the very last instant. 
It is also perfectly within our rights to simply refuse vaccination and accept the consequences.  In some cases, this might be very difficult, but in other cases not so difficult.  The key is to understand that there are no 'absolutely forced vaccinations' without absolute force. 
Laws are an aspect of community healthiness, or unhealthiness - and when a community drifts to unhealthy, it can create unhealthy laws. We can sometimes recognize unhealthy laws by the waffle effect. Some laws continually waffle back and forth between retrictions and freedoms. Indecision about freedom indicates lack of freedom or a desire to restrict freedom without just cause.
It is up to the members and member communities to challenge unhealthy laws - for the sake of freedom.
One main goal of all laws, in  free society, should be to enable freedoms, not to restrict freedoms.
to your health, and your health freedom, tracy

What we actually have & should have are different things...

Beautifully said, Tracy. Sadly, that's not always the reality on the ground. Can someone be forcefully injected with a vaccine? We don't have a clear legal answer to that question, but in times of emergency, it's likely that if authorities are scared enough, they'll forcefully inject people rather than wait to find out later if it's legal. This occurred to a high school student in West Va. during the so-called swine flu pandemic in 2009, over his and his mother's objections.

As a practical matter, some can't refuse vaccines even when there is a legal way out, technically. Don't vaccinate your kids, they don't go to school (if you don't qualify for an available exemption), and you can be fined or prosecuted for failing to send your kids to school--and few parents can afford to stay home and homeschool their kids (much as many of us would like to).

Healthcare workers around the country are being required to get flu shots or lose their jobs. Many if not most don't want the shot, but most of those people can't afford to lose their job, so they get the jab. Some have lost their jobs, but they are a very small percentage of the total group that opposed vaccines, and most of the ones who didn't lose their job got the shot, because they didn't know how to successfully oppose the requirement.

We can talk about the ideals, and we should--they provide for us a target on which to set our sites, the goal, and you've stated that goal eloquently. But we must be mindful of the practical realities at the same time, and recognize that these ideals are something to strive for, and not something we actually have right now. It's important to distinguish between what we think our rights *should be* and what they actually are, now. For example, many proclaim that we have the right to decide what goes into our bodies, but the law says otherwise. Food manufacturers are not required to list GMO's on the labels, and vaccines are required on the theory (disproven though it is) that your vaccine protects others, so you have to get vaccinated whether you want to or not. As faulty as these notions are, that's what our current laws are based on, and that's what determines our present rights. If we don't like that, we must take steps to change those laws. Then, and only then, will our notions of what our rights *should be* more closely resemble our actual, present rights.

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