We have monitored and reviewed SB 276 and SB 714 (Pan, 2019). While SB 276 and SB 714 are an attack on parental rights, they are not changing the section that excludes home-based private school students (private homeschool students) from mandatory immunizations. Read more
This waiver has been updated to reflect the most recent changes.
SB 277 (Pan and Allen), which we opposed, eliminated the personal beliefs exemption to required vaccinations. On the positive side, private homeschoolers are protected from the effects of this bill. Read more
By a California Homeschool Mother. Last year I took my teenage sons in for their Tdap shots. I debated about it, but decided to proceed. I wish I hadn’t. I checked in at the desk that my sons were there for a Tdap. Read more
According to a case report filed with federal health officials and obtained by the New York Times last year, “a 6-year-old girl from Colorado received flu-Mist, a Flu vaccine …. And about a week later she ‘became weak with multiple episodes of falling to the ground’ and ‘difficulty walking.’ … The girl grew weak, feverish and ‘became more limp, appears sleepy, acts as if drunk,’ the report said.” Read more
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