Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Act Today to Stop Worst Vaccine Bill Ever in New York

Act Today to Stop Worst Vaccine Bill Ever in New York


Take action now to stop the worst state vaccine bill ever. Assembly Bill 10942 would make all vaccines recommended by the CDC mandatory for all children to attend school and, and for the first time vaccines would become mandatory for infants and toddlers.

Click on the Link below and use our email tool to contact your Assemblymember and your State Senator.

http://capwiz. com/a-champ/ issues/alert/ ?alertid= 11428606&type=ML

The bill was introduced in Rules Committee at the request of Richard Daines, the Commissioner of the New York State Department of Health. The Rules Committee in the personal committee of the Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver (D-Manhattan) .

A-CHAMP is calling for rejection of this bill and is demanding the passage of A5468/S3031, a bill that would give individuals a right to a philosophical exemption from vaccine mandates. This is no time to transfer vaccine decisions away from individuals and elected officials answerable to the voters and give it to obscure bureaucrats with financial ties to the vaccine industry.

Here are just a few features of the proposed bill:
Our elected New York representatives would no longer determine the mandatory schedule of vaccines to attend school; decisions made by the federal Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices would automatically become mandatory.

All children, infants and toddlers included, in New York would be required to get all vaccines recommended by the ACIP according to the ACIP schedule
Religious exemptions may not apply to children younger than school age
All children in New York up to age 18 would be required to get annual flu shots.

All girls in New York would be required to get a human papilloma virus shot.
All junior high school children and college students would be required to get meningococcal shots.

Doctors would be required to issue certificates for every shot given and parents would be required to maintain the records and provide them to school and other authorities.

The rules committee claims that the new laws would have no fiscal impact on the state despite the necessity of the state to spend tens of millions on purchasing new vaccines, a vast increase in mandatory record keeping and enforcement for schools, and a huge increase that could be expected in the number of cases of neurological damage, Guillian Barré syndrome and other vaccine-caused injuries.
We only have a few weeks to defeat this bill. Let your Assemblymember and State Senator know immediately that a vote for this bill guarantees that you will do everything you can to get them un-elected.

Click on the link to find out who your representatives are and send them a message. And forward this at any friends or family or anyone else who would support protecting our rights and children.

http://capwiz. com/a-champ/ issues/alert/ ?alertid= 11428606&type=ML

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