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lobbyists calling shots on SB 277, public ignored

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CAUGHT ON TAPE: Senator Takes Orders From Lobbyist

 

 

A Controversial Vote is taking place in California today on Senate Bill 277. Legislation that will make vaccinations mandatory for any child attending public OR Private School while stripping away any personal and religious exemptions.

Last week, more than 700 parents showed up to voice their opposition to the controversial SB277. When it was clear that the legislation didn’t have the support needed to push through,
one Committee Chair, who supports the bill, threw the bill’s author a bone. At the close of the meeting, she advised Senator Pan to postpone the vote one week. Instead of listening to the deafening calls of California voters, Senator Pan turned to a lobbyist for advice on wether or not to postpone the vote.

Alternative Health Journalist and Researcher, Jefferey Jaxen, reports on some breaking developments in this situation as parents now face the real possibility of forced vaccination for their children attending public school.

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One way to stop it would be for every parent to pull their kids out of school.

Head count day would be the best day to start.

When the public school lose federal funding due to lack of enrollment they will have to listen to the parents.

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