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Why Texas Is the Next Vaccine Battlefield

According to Sciencemag.com, the battle for health liberty and informed consent has moved to Texas. After setbacks in California, it is crucial that the minatory march towards mandatory vaccinations is brought to a crashing halt.

The Disney Measles “manufactroversy” provided California public health officials with an opening to quash all concerns over vaccine safety. Seizing this advantage, they managed to eliminate the personal belief exemption to vaccination for school entry with frightening alacrity. This included religious and conscientious beliefs, effectively forcing a 99.99 percent compliance with the federally recommended vaccine schedule among children.

Even more alarming is the potential expansion from schools to the workplace. Consider how ruthlessly the California legislature seized the initiative after a localized measles scare. Dissenting voices were drowned out with calumny, insult and hackneyed dogma of Big Pharma’s well-oiled propaganda machine. The specter of mandatory vaccinations for adults no longer seems as far-fetched as it once did.

What is to be done? It is not enough to wait for the pendulum to swing back in favor of health liberty and informed consent. We must fight for the fundamental right to make our own vaccine choices. It is imperative that we defeat those who work tirelessly to destroy the last vestiges of our vaccine exemption safeguards.

The National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) should be your go-to resource for vaccine information. They have up-to-date information on the latest state bills threatening your vaccine choice rights and plenty of practical, useful information to help you become an effective vaccine choice advocate in your own community. You may be strongly criticized for having the temerity to defend the "other side" of the vaccine story. Be prepared for it and have the courage to not back down.
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