• South Dakota First State to Propose Bill Outlawing Mandatory Vaccinations for School Attendance

    While most state legislatures are bowing to the Big Pharma lobby and proposing bills to remove exemptions to childhood vaccines and make them mandatory as a requirement for school attendance, a newly proposed bill in South Dakota moves in the opposite direction. House Bill 1235 has been introduced to prohibit schools from discriminating against any person for refusing to accept unwanted medical intervention, including vaccines. House Bill 1235 states that: "No child entering public or nonpublic school, or a public or nonpublic early childhood program in this state, may be required to receive any immunization or medical procedure for enrollment or entry. The Department of Health may recommend any immunization for school entry but may not require them. No school may use any coercive means to require immunization. It is a Class 1 misdemeanor for any educational institution, medical provider, or person to compel another to submit to immunization." The bill’s prime sponsor is District 21 state Rep. Lee Qualm, R-Platte.

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  • South Dakota First State to Propose Bill Outlawing Mandatory Vaccinations for School Attendance

    Admin said:

    While most state legislatures are bowing to the Big Pharma lobby and proposing bills to remove exemptions to childhood vaccines and make them mandatory as a requirement for school attendance, a newly proposed bill in South Dakota moves in the opposite direction. House Bill 1235 has been introduced to prohibit schools from discriminating against any person for refusing to accept unwanted medical intervention, including vaccines. House Bill 1235 states that: "No child entering public or nonpublic school, or a public or nonpublic early childhood program in this state, may be required to receive any immunization or medical procedure for enrollment or entry. The Department of Health may recommend any immunization for school entry but may not require them. No school may use any coercive means to require immunization. It is a Class 1 misdemeanor for any educational institution, medical provider, or person to compel another to submit to immunization." The bill’s prime sponsor is District 21 state Rep. Lee Qualm, R-Platte.
    Let this be the beginning of the end of mandatory vaccinations of any kind.
  • South Dakota First State to Propose Bill Outlawing Mandatory Vaccinations for School Attendance

    Admin said:

    While most state legislatures are bowing to the Big Pharma lobby and proposing bills to remove exemptions to childhood vaccines and make them mandatory as a requirement for school attendance, a newly proposed bill in South Dakota moves in the opposite direction. House Bill 1235 has been introduced to prohibit schools from discriminating against any person for refusing to accept unwanted medical intervention, including vaccines. House Bill 1235 states that: "No child entering public or nonpublic school, or a public or nonpublic early childhood program in this state, may be required to receive any immunization or medical procedure for enrollment or entry. The Department of Health may recommend any immunization for school entry but may not require them. No school may use any coercive means to require immunization. It is a Class 1 misdemeanor for any educational institution, medical provider, or person to compel another to submit to immunization." The bill’s prime sponsor is District 21 state Rep. Lee Qualm, R-Platte.

    A drop in an ocean? We will see. Here in Spain, the contrary, that is, preventing to enroll in a shcool for not being vaccinated would be technically considered as a crime of coerción, according to our penal code. In this sense, I remind you that vaccinated in Spain is not mandatory by law. Yet, between 95% and 98% of childen are vaccinted. Ergo what do you need a mandatory for?

  • South Dakota First State to Propose Bill Outlawing Mandatory Vaccinations for School Attendance

    I just wrote to Rep. Qualm to thank him for stepping up with this Bill. I think we all should thank him and pray that it passes. And also pray that the current bill in Maryland DOES NOT pass!