Your God given right as a parent to choose the best and safest medical treatment for your children is under attack by a Democratic congresswoman from Florida.
Representative Frederica S. Wilson from Florida’s 24th District (North Miami) recently introduced the “Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015,” which would force vaccinations on all children as a requirement to attend public school.
If passed, parents would no longer have the freedom to opt out of giving their children vaccines. States would be required under Rep. Wilson’s bill to do away with these exemptions in order to continue receiving federal funding.
Natural News reported the verbiage from the bill reads as follows:
For a State or a political subdivision or other public entity of a State to be eligible to receive a grant under this section, the applicant shall demonstrate to the Secretary’s satisfaction that… the State requires each student enrolled in one of the State’s public elementary schools or public secondary schools to be vaccinated in accordance with the recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.
It is important to note that there’s no mention whatsoever of parental involvement in this decision-making process. The State, assuming the role of every child’s guardian, will have sole discretion in dictating how many vaccines a child receives and when. It’s the epitome of despotic government overreach in the name of public health.
“This [bill] would be an unprecedented expansion of the federal government into an area of law and policy long recognized as the preserve of the states,” adds the Autism Action Network. “It ignores the principle of informed choice as the bedrock of any ethical medical procedure, and eliminates any parental say over what is injected into their child’s body.”
There is more cause for concern, should mandatory vaccination legislation ever come to pass in the U.S., adults as well as children could be forced into getting vaccines
“H. R. 2232 defies the de facto vaccine standard of the developed democracies, which allow parents to make the final choice,” warns the Autism Action Network. “There are no such things as required vaccines in Canada, Japan, Germany, the UK, Ireland, Israel, Holland, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, etc.”
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