Parental Choice

Thomas More Law Center Files Federal Lawsuit Against Michigan for Denying Parental Rights to Vaccine Exemptions

The Thomas More Law Center (“TMLC”), a national nonprofit public interest law firm based in Ann Arbor, MI, has filed a federal lawsuit against State and County officials and employees seeking to stop a State-sponsored religious inquisition of parents who have religious objections to State vaccination requirements.TMLC brought the law suit on behalf of Tara
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How to Find a Physician to Support Your Vaccine Choice

Working with a physician who supports your vaccine choice is essential for developing a cooperative, supportive relationship. Unfortunately, many doctors in private practice refuse to see patients who do not follow the aggressive Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) vaccination schedule. These physicians may be willing to make some allowances, but will push for
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How Rhode Island Parents Are Winning Back Their Rights to Vaccine Choice 

Families in Rhode Island are winning the war against mandatory vaccination. They have joined together with two powerful advocacy organizations whose efforts have successfully aided the of introduction five legislative bills to their state government related to vaccine choice. Their diligence offers a strong example to other parents who also question the implications of mandating
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Mississippi House Votes to Expand Vaccination Exemptions

Jackson, Miss. – This just in, the Mississipi House has voted 65 to 54 in favor of an exemption bill which expands parental exemption rights. Under House Bill 938, out-of-state physicians will be able to approve exemptions for Mississippi children allowing them to partially or even fully avoid vaccinations. This bill would prevent the state’s
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Oklahoma Maintains Parental Choice Option For Vaccines, BIG Victory 

The State of Oklahoma’s Senate panel killed a bill which would have eliminated the right to personal vaccine exemptions. Oklahoma still has religious, medical, and now personal exemptions left in tact. Senate Bill 1478 was outvoted 6-7. According to Tulsa World, many parental rights supporters were on hand wearing “Oklahomans for Vaccine Choice” shirts. Please
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