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CALIFORNIA: Bill Text – SB-277 Public health: vaccinations.
SB 277 is the new vaccine law that takes away parental rights of choice. We need help spreading the word. We want parents to have the legal right to submit personal belief exemptions. The personal belief exemptions will guarantee the kids’ education without having to get any more vaccinations. The # of doses adds up to 49 by the age of 5. We have no idea how the schools are planning to implement this new law. We will be discussing the CDC Whistleblower and parental rights.
(2:00-4:00pm Mountain; 3:00-5:00pm Central; 4:00-6:00pm Eastern)
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Now that we are firmly in the Information Age, we have access to just about all of the collected knowledge in human history. There will always be things we cannot know, but for the most part, any fact you have ever wanted to know is easily accessible, and often from a device that fits in your pocket. What was science fiction 25 years ago is now a common part of life. Despite this, surely a high point in human history, we must work harder than over to discern what this knowledge means, where it comes from, and what to do with it. And there may be no greater example than a current issue that has the two sides fervently divided – with lives hanging in the balance.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes guests Dora Ramirez, Lisa Heyrend and Marco Caceres, concerned parents who are crusaders on one side of a hotly contested issue: Vaccinations.
For centuries, mankind has sought to eliminate permanently the things that ail. Through science, we’ve had great success, eliminating diseases such as smallpox, polio, measles, and others. But there is concern that we are currently over-vaccinating our children, and that mass vaccination has eliminated most natural immunity to disease in early childhood and presented fewer opportunities for children to develop strong, healthy immune systems.
Additionally, there is a movement that accuses vaccines of causing the rise in autism. This is still a contentious issue, as some believe that mandatory vaccinations are directly contributing to this rise, while others contend that the science to back up these claims is not there.
It is the goal of Dora Ramirez, Lisa Heyrend, and many, many others to educate the general populace to understand that vaccines should not be viewed as a “one size fits all” solution for eliminating disease. Additionally, they believe that vaccination carries a risk