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Tell Your Representative NOT to Co-sponsor the Vaccinate All Children Act!
Earlier this month, Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) introduced HR 2232, the Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015. The bill would amend the Public Health Service Act by requiring states seeking federal grants to prove that each student enrolled in public elementary and secondary schools has been vaccinated following the recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.
So far, the bill has no cosponsors. But there may well be other such bills soon, and it is time to let Congress know that strong-arming schools is not the way to go. With the CDC covering up important data on the dangers of vaccines, and the measles “outbreak” hyped out of all proportion to the facts, it’s time for some sanity and caution. Urge your congressional representative NOT to co-sponsor the Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015.
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Please Do NOT Co-sponsor the Vaccinate All Children Act!Dear [Decision Maker],
I was distressed to learn that earlier this month, Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-FL) introduced HR 2232, the Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015. As your constituent, I'm writing to urge you NOT to co-sponsor this bad bill.
It would amend the Public Health Service Act by requiring states seeking federal grants to prove that each student enrolled in public elementary and secondary schools has been vaccinated following the recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.
Many parents have a legitimate concern about some of the vaccines in the government's recommended schedule. Others point to the demonstrably dangerous ingredients and adjuvants in vaccines, or have a serious problem with the idea of overloading a young child's immune system with too much at one time, administered too early.
Since 1988, the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) has awarded almost $3 billion to over 4,000 families who were harmed by vaccines -- a clear acknowledgement from the government that some vaccines are dangerous. In addition, HHS's Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) receives an average of 30,000 reports each year, 13% of which are considered "serious" -- that is, associated with "disability, hospitalization, life-threatening illness, or death." So far, the government's response to adverse events from vaccines is to say that research on them has not been published in peer-reviewed journals, so they need not be considered -- yet when asked to do such research, the government refuses.
Surely you're aware of the whistleblower who says the CDC covered up evidence of harm to young black males from the measles vaccine, despite media attempts to bury the story. Or how a CDC doctor whose work was meant to disprove the link between vaccines and autism fled justice in 2010 after officials uncovered massive fraud involving the theft of $2 million in taxpayer dollars. In light of the documented and indisputable safety risks with vaccines -- which the government itself acknowledges -- how can federal lawmakers seek to pass unprecedented federal mandates to vaccinate all children?
Parents deserve to have a choice when it comes to their children's health. Please do NOT to co-sponsor the Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015!
Sincerely,[Your Name][Your Address][City, State ZIP]