• California Parents Must Act By December 31, 2015 to Maintain Vaccine Exemptions

    SB 277 - the bill eliminating all nonmedical exemptions for the 10 vaccines currently required before a child can attend public or private school, preschool or daycare - was signed by California Governor Brown on June 30, 2015 and goes into effect on July 1, 2016. However, what everyone in California who is planning on using a personal or religious belief exemption needs to know to take advantage of the grandfathering of these exemptions beyond July 1st and until the next grade span (preschool, kindergarten inclusive and including transitional kindergarten, or 7th grade), you MUST have an exemption on file at your school or day care by December 31, 2015! For those programs with a winter holiday, the deadline may be even sooner with offices closed.

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  • California Parents Must Act By December 31, 2015 to Maintain Vaccine Exemptions

    It's not just 10 shots. When you count the repeated inoculations that are multiple vaccines, it becomes closer to 25 or more.
  • California Parents Must Act By December 31, 2015 to Maintain Vaccine Exemptions

    The question that needs to be asked is: How much money per vaccination does the state of California receive from the federal gov? Eg: Using LA School District as an example and $2.00 per vaccination, with 600,000 students of 640,000 vaccinated only ONCE that is $1,200,000 that the state didn't have before it mandated vaccinations. Ask yourself how many children live in California? Answers are clear when you follow the money. It's never about health, it's always about the $.