• Physician-Senator Continues Push to Make Oregon a Medical Police State

    Oregon Senator Elizabeth Steiner Hayward is at it again. In February, Senator Hayward (who is a physician) introduced a bill to take away the right to informed consent and vaccine choice and mandate vaccines for all children statewide. The bill was vehemently opposed by her constituents in the state, and made national headlines. The bill was withdrawn as it did not have enough support in the State Legislature. Now, she has introduced a new bill, SB895, which would require schools to publish vaccination exemption rates by disease and get parents granted exemptions in the past to either consult their doctor or watch an educational video about the decision against vaccinating. This new bill passed the Senate Education Committee this week on a 4-3 party-line vote with Democrats in favor. Opposition from an informed constituent base that includes attorneys and physicians apparently means nothing to Dr. Elizabeth Steiner Hayward, who believes the entire state should be coerced into accepting her view, even though her first bill was overwhelmingly defeated. She's seems absolutely determined to make Oregon into a medical police state.

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  • Physician-Senator Continues Push to Make Oregon a Medical Police State

    Has this demon doctor seen the warehouse where they keep children who have been brain damaged from vaccines. It's in Portland, OR. Visit it and talk to the parents who have lost their children. I find it heart breaking. Doctors who push vaccines are no doubt being paid off by big pharma. Somewhere along the line, malefic people who push their views on innocent people have to pay.
  • Physician-Senator Continues Push to Make Oregon a Medical Police State

    RECALL
  • Physician-Senator Continues Push to Make Oregon a Medical Police State

    This woman is scary, she has no regard for the children who will be damaged, some for life. She is going with the shame at the schools, something like when you were forced to wear a star, same idea.