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Old 10-04-2018, 06:24 PM   #60
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You Have No Rights When It Comes To Vaccines NJ Committee Declares

Posted on April 9, 2018

By Brandon Turbeville, Natural Blaze
NJ State Congress Committee Declares Citizens Don’t Have The Right To Disagree With Or Skip Vaccines

With the ability to call the United States a free country no longer a viable option, the federal government as well as the states are working to eliminate the last remaining outposts of individual choice and freedom that remain. This is precisely what the New Jersey state legislature is attempting to do when it comes to the right of individuals and parents to choose whether or not their children are vaccinated.

Many New Jersey residents, however, are not giving up without a fight and that is precisely why the last meeting of the Assembly Health Committee devolved into chaos after the committee voted to launch an assault on individual choice.

The bill, if it passes, will require families to provide schools with a notarized document explaining in detail how vaccination “would violate, contradict, or otherwise be inconsistent” with their religious beliefs if they are seeking a religious exemption. They will be forced to prove they aren’t using the religious exemption as a result of their “philosophical” or “safety” concerns.

The bill will allow students to be exempt from vaccines if and only if they meet the following requirements:

A written statement submitted to the elementary or secondary school, or the institution of higher education, by a licensed physician requesting exemption “based upon valid medical reasons.”
Documentation explaining how the administration of the vaccine conflicts with the religious tenets or practices of the student.
A written statement, to be notarized, signed, and sworn by the person submitting the statement, which includes an explanation of the nature of the person’s religious tenet or practice that is implicated by the vaccination
A statement acknowledging that the person understands the risks and benefits of vaccination to the student and the public health and acknowledges that the student may be excluded from attendance at the student’s school or institution of higher education in the event of the occurrence of a communicable disease. (source taken from the Princeton Patch)
https://www.naturalblaze.com/2018/04...committee.html
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