California Governor Brown signed into law SB277, which takes away rights of a parents to determine vaccination decisions for their children. This law makes ADMISSION to school/daycare conditional on children being vaccinated and the law takes away the Personal Belief Exemption (PBE) or Religious Exemption. There are more and more untested vaccines being added to the required schedule!
In 2011 California passed AB499, allowing children 12 and older to get all STD vaccines (Hepatitis B and HPV plus all the new ones) WITHOUT parental knowledge or consent!
Vaccines are medical drugs. Only parents should decide what drugs are administered to their children! Did you know that vaccine manufacturers have NO LIABILITY for injuries and deaths caused by vaccines?
It is not the question of whether vaccines are safe or unsafe. The greater question is how far can you allow the government to interfere in your children’s medical decision and undermine parental rights?
Thousands of parents all across Californians are fighting back. Help us get the SB277 Referendum on the Nov. 2016 ballot so We The People can vote, not politicians!
The goal of the Referendum is to terminate SB277 and to protect parents and their children. This referendum against SB277 is important to SO many parents of children who would otherwise hit the vaccine mandate at the start of the 2016 school year, because SB277 is slated to go into effect July 2016, right before the school year.
The SB277 referendum will immediately put a stop to that. If we get the signatures in the next couple of months, this will go to a November 2016 vote. ALL parents will be able to enroll their children in school even if they are in kindergarten or 7th grade in August/September 2016. So, pass or fail, the referendum effort WILL mean that thousands and thousands of kids will not have to be kicked out of school!
As a volunteer you will be helping collect signatures to get SB277 on the 2016 ballot. Please join us. We can’t do it without you.
For your convenience, we have the referendum available to sign in our office. Please stop in during normal business hours. You must be a registered voter. We have a computer set up at the front desk for use exclusively to check voter registration status. If you are not, don't worry, we also have Voter Registrations available.