May 1st Senate Hearing

May 1st Senate Hearing

 

**CALL TO ACTION!!!***
Rhode Island Senate Committee on Health and Human Services is holding a very important hearing THIS TUESDAY MAY 1 at RI State House 4:30 PM in Senate Lounge*********************************************************************
#NOHPVmandateRI SUPPORTS GOOD BILLS:
S2405 Will allow adults, parents, guardians, or persons in custody of a child to opt out of vaccines for non-casual contact diseases (Including HPV VACCINE) transmitted by sexual contact between individuals and would require all correspondence to parents relating to vaccinations to contain notification about the option to opt out.
S2744 Will re-establish the philosophical exemption, and will keep our religious and medical exemption as well.
Senate Resolution S2670– : will repeal the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (which currently protects vaccine makers/ Dr’s from any vaccine injury liability) and calls for the Subpoena of Dr. William Thompson
Other bills being heard on Tuesday include BAD BILLS:
S2530: This is the RIDOH adult medical/immunization data tracking bill- This would automatically include ALL adults in the KIDSNET immunization and medical data tracking program. See Aimee’s interview on GOLOCAL why this is a bad bill:
**********Please come and support parental rights!!!!!!! Parking across the street in Department of Transportation lot is free after 3 PM. There is On-street metered parking (bring quarters). Hearing starts at “rise of the Senate” at around 4:30. Please provide written testimony for the Committee and give it to the clerk -15 copies(who will be seated at the table inside the Senate Lounge) If you wish to speak, you may sign up at the podium in the Senate Lounge.
To send emails to the committee members you can do that via www.endhpv2017.nohpvmandateri.com
**********Please remember to call and email your local district Senator and CC Senate President Ruggerio – let them know you SUPPORT these bills!! Thank You for supporting reversal of the HPV vaccine mandate, parental rights, and INFORMED CONSENT
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