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8 Things Compared to California Vaccination Law

By    |   Friday, 25 September 2015 12:24 PM EDT

California Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed SB 277 into law, removing the religious exemption to the state’s vaccination requirements, and it has caused a stir.

The bill requires almost all children attending daycare, public or private school to have the state-required shots unless they have a doctor-certified serious medical concern, according to the San Marino Patch.

Critics of the bill have charged it takes away parents’ rights and choices on how to care for their children. Celebrities such as Jim Carrey have been outspoken on the issue, calling the law “fascist” on Twitter.

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Here are some other things to which the bill and vaccinations have been compared:

Vaccines were called poison, and not administering them was called child abuse.

“Is not injecting poison into a child, child abuse? Think about this!” Corte Madera chiropractor Donald Harte told protesters, according to the Mardin Independent Journal.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was called corrupt.

Co-sponsor of SB 277, Sen. Richard Pan was called a crook after $100,000 from pharmaceutical and health product companies was given to his campaign, the Santa Cruz Sentinel reported from the National Institute on Money in State Politics.

“Here is the evidence he accepted bribes,” San Jose chiropractor Keith Howe told the newspaper. “He’s a sellout and a crook.”

Vaccinations with thimerosal were compared to fish with mercury.

Car Seats
The mandate was compared to when car seats were required.

Genetic Changes
Jon Rappoport argued on his blog that since vaccinations promote genetic changes from generation to generation, then “California is mandating genetic changes.”

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The measure was said to make parents gamble with the lives of their children and was compared to setting them on fire.

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California Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed SB 277 into law, removing the religious exemption to the state's vaccination requirements, and it has caused a stir.
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Friday, 25 September 2015 12:24 PM
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