Dept of Health statements do NOT match bill language. Bad Database Bill fight forges forward

Dept of Health statements do NOT match bill language. Bad Database Bill fight forges forward
Read the email exchange below where DOH states comments not actually explicit defined in the bill. Neil also admits that the KidsNet database tracks many forms of information that you are not told is getting entered into a central database. Very concerning situation that everyone should be fighting against such databases. Unless a long term goal is to eventually go door to door, there is zero reason that informed consent shouldnt be the avenue in which to be included in such a database.
This bill will be heard in senate HHS committee Tues June 18th and on the house floor June 19 th to vote – contact as many legislators as possible to oppose. Email whole general assembly.
Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2019 7:45 AM
To: Washburn, Tricia (RIDOH) <Tricia.Washburn@health.ri.gov>; Hytinen, Neil (RIDOH) <Neil.Hytinen@health.ri.gov>Subject: [EXTERNAL] : Neil Hytanin presented false information regarding tracking bill H5541/S676

Good morning Tricia,
Yesterday afternoon (6/12/19), Neil Hytanin gave lawmakers false information regarding medical tracking bills H5541/S676. He told HEW committee members that the information of Rhode Islanders who opt out, would be removed from the data base. That is false. RIDOH does not currently expunge information nor is there any provision in the bill to compel them to. I’m writing to formally request documentation from RIDOH of his assertion that our medical information will be expunged if we opt-out of the medical registry.
Warmly,
Maddalena Cirignotta
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From: Hytinen, Neil (RIDOH) <Neil.Hytinen@health.ri.gov>
Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:44 PMSubject: RE: [EXTERNAL] : Neil Hytanin presented false information regarding tracking bill H5541/S676

Good afternoon ,
Thank you for your inquiry. The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) have stated in multiple hearings that it is possible to remove all of an individual’s information from the Rhode Island Childhood and Adult Immunization Registry (RICAIR) should he or she choose to opt out. RIDOH plans to make that an option. We have heard your concerns regarding the accessibility of the form to avail oneself of the opt-out provision. In response to the concern you raised and in maintaining consistency with the current practice of contacting RIDOH, there is language included in the Sub A of the proposed legislation that will mandate an opt-out request form is available and submittable on RIDOH’s website.
It is important to emphasize, however, that should RIDOH remove all of an individual’s identifiable information from RICAIR at any given point in time, RIDOH has no way of preventing future information from being entered into the database. Should more information be entered after the initial removal of all identifiable information, the individual must make subsequent opt-out requests to RIDOH.
There is another option that individuals may want to consider. If there is basic information (name, date of birth, address, phone) for an individual, RIDOH can include a notation that this individual has requested no vaccination data be entered under his or her name.
So that individuals will have the chance to decide which option is best, RIDOH intends to allow the individual to designate on the form which option they choose.
RIDOH reiterates that the information included in the current immunization registry and what will be included in RICAIR is only a subset of the information that is included in KIDSNET. This seems to be a point of confusion. Immunization data is one portion of what is included in KIDSNET. In its totality, KIDSNET is a comprehensive data system RIDOH uses to manage multiple state and federal programs such as newborn screening, WIC, family home visiting, and lead prevention—all of which serve Rhode Islanders and keep them healthy.
RIDOH’s goal is not to just collect data to populate a lifetime registry. RIDOH’s goal is to build an effective registry that allows RIDOH staff to study vaccination rates in the community and guide Departmental strategies to achieve the high levels of immunization coverage necessary to keep Rhode Islanders protected from disease outbreaks. A lifetime registry will also allow RIDOH to better respond to disease outbreaks when they happen. 48 other states are already have authorization to establish lifetime registries (47 of which are already operational). Recently, the states of Washington and New York have experienced large outbreaks of preventable diseases, and public health officials have used the information contained in the lifetime registries to keep their citizens safe, save lives, and prevent unnecessary spending of healthcare dollars. States who have opt- in registries are not able to monitor vaccination rates and respond to outbreaks as effectively and efficiently as states with opt-out registries.
At a time when preventable diseases are making a resurgence around the country it is RIDOH’s duty and responsibility to do all it can to protect and preserve the public’s health.
Best,
Neil Hytinen
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To:”Hytinen, Neil (RIDOH)” <Neil.Hytinen@health.ri.gov>,
“Washburn, Tricia (RIDOH)” <Tricia.Washburn@health.ri.gov>
Hi Neil,

As a spokesperson for the Department of Health, it is imperative that you make truthful, fact based statements to lawmakers. Legislatures rely on RIDOH for accurate information.

Yesterday (6/12/19) during the consideration of H5541/S676, you told committee members that RIDOH will remove the information of those who opt out of the medical registry. As I stated in my original email, RIDOH does not currently expunge information nor is there any provision in the bill to compel them to. I’m writing to formally request documentation from RIDOH of your assertion that our medical information will be expunged if we opt-out of the medical registry. What part of the bill requires RIDOH to remove our information?

In response to your assertion that “the information included in the current immunization registry and what will be included in RICAIR is only a subset of the information that is included in KIDSNET,” The bill language removes age limitations for the medical database but does not limit RIDOH to tracking only immunization data. What part of the bill limits data collection to vaccinations?

Provisions requiring the reporting of immunization status and any other relevant information that the director determines appropriate for all persons under the age of eighteen years for the purpose of establishing and maintaining a childhood an immunization registry,; provided, however, that the information collected by the department for the immunization registry will only include data elements nationally endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as necessary to meet standards for immunization information systemshttp://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/BillText/BillText19/SenateText19/S0676.pdf http://webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/BillText/BillText19/HouseText19/H5541.pdf

The list of data elements is 9 pages long and expressly pre-approves other data elements that individual may collect, again affording RIDOH enormous discretion with what they may collect. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/iis/core-data-elements/iis-func-stds.html

If RIDOH only wishes to collect vaccination data, why does the department refuse to amend the language to vaccination only?

On a final note, you have stated that, “Recently, the states of Washington and New York have experienced large outbreaks of preventable diseases, and public health officials have used the information contained in the lifetime registries to keep their citizens safe, save lives, and prevent unnecessary spending of healthcare dollars.” Please keep in mind that the medical registry for adults in New York is OPT-IN ONLY WITH WRITTEN CONSENT and yet you have just indicated that the registry was effective.

Sincerely,

Maddalena Cirignotta

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From: Hytinen, Neil (RIDOH) <Neil.Hytinen@health.ri.gov>
Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2019 3:24 PM
Subject: RE: [EXTERNAL] : Neil Hytanin presented false information regarding tracking bill H5541/S676
Hi,
Yes as mentioned before we will have an option made available to remove information from RICAIR. Please accept this as documentation and the previous email as documentation even if the legislation is silent on the subject there will be that option. We are also fine with including language in statute. We would be happy to include the following language.
“Any person may opt out of the choose to remove their information from immunization registry by contacting the department directly by phone or by submitting a form online which shall be made available on the department’s website.”
As for limitations to what is collected the language in the bill reads as follows:
“information collected by the department for the immunization registry will only include data elements nationally endorsed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to meet standards for immunization information systems.” Which can be found here: https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/iis/core-data-elements/iis-func-stds.html
Again RICAIR will be built as a separate database from KIDSNET and immunization data will be removed from both databases if requested.
Also attached are the ACIP recommended vaccines for both adults and children which are limitations that are set in current statute.
Finally, as mentioned before is the most effective way to ensure effective immunization coverage recommended by the CDC and WHO. It is an effective way to balance protecting our community while preserving individual rights.
Best,
Neil Hytinen
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Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2019 5:50PM
To: Hytinen, Neil (RIDOH) <Neil.Hytinen@health.ri.gov>; Washburn, Tricia (RIDOH) <Tricia.Washburn@health.ri.gov>
Subject: Re: [EXTERNAL] : Neil Hytanin presented false information regarding tracking bill H5541/S676
Hi Neil,
Are you saying that the ONLY documentation you have that RIDOH will remove our information are your emails to me? Keep in mind that you sent them AFTER your statements to HEW and you have acknowledged that “the legislation is silent on the subject.”
Additionally, you mentioned that, “should RIDOH remove all of an individual’s identifiable information from RICAIR at any given point in time, RIDOH has no way of preventing future information from being entered into the database. Should more information be entered after the initial removal of all identifiable information, the individual must make subsequent opt-out requests to RIDOH.”
You are proposing a system which would require that we opt-out repeatedly yet we would receive no written confirmation that we have opted out in the first place. That is unreasonably burdensome to the public and contradicts your promises to lawmakers that the opt-out process would be simple.
Opt-in is the only way to protect the rights of individuals against data mining. I reiterate that the list of CDC approved data elements is 9 pages long and expressly pre-approves other data elements that individual may collect, again affording RIDOH enormous discretion with what they may collect. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/iis/core-data-elements/iis-func-stds.html [cdc.gov]

Again, I ask If RIDOH only wishes to collect vaccination data, why does the department refuse to amend the language to vaccination only?
Sincerely,
Maddalena Cirignotta

URGENT ACTION against #BadDatabase bills

URGENT ACTION against #BadDatabase bills

The Bad Database Bills have made it to the calendar of June 12th and 13th ~ OPPOSE H5541 & S676
THIS IS VERY BAD, AND INDICATES THEY COULD PASS IF LOTS OF ACTION IS NOT DONE RIGHT AWAY.

ACTION ITEMS
Please complete ASAP

1. CALL each one of the committee members Plus the Speaker and the Senate President to OPPOSE these bills. (see list below)

2. Sign the petition Database.nohpvmandateri.com ~ this will be printed and distributed to the committee members.

3. Invite as many RI residents in the FB event to be informed as you can, and/or share this blog link. Numbers are the only way we can kill this.

See ACLU testimony against this legislation here http://riaclu.org/images/uploads/H_5541_Immunization_Registry.pdf

Below you will find 26 phone numbers to call to oppose these bills. That may seem like a lot, with how much these bills infringe on our rights and the 4th amendment, we urge you to call all of them. If you truly feel that you can not. Please call the ones we have starred to urge them to OPPOSE the bills.

Sample message “I am calling to urge you to strongly oppose database tracking bills that auto enroll RI residents. RIDOH is exempt from HIPAA laws, I want you to protect my privacy and right to informed consent. Oppose bill [ state which bill ] legislation that infringes on our rights.”

OPPOSE H5541 & S676

Senate HHS Committee Members
OPPOSE S676
**Chairperson Joshua Miller 401-276-5507
**Vice Chairperson Gayle Goldin 401- 276-5568
**Senator Elizabeth Crowley 401-725-8526
Senator Thomas Paolino 401-749-6120
Senator Adam J. Satchell 401-615-5170
Senator James C. Sheehan 401-276-5567
Senator Bridget Valverde 401-379-0082
Senator Donna M. Nesselbush 401-728-3244
**Senator Valerie Lawson 401-316-5666

House HEW Committee Members
OPPOSE H5541
**Chairman Joseph M. McNamara H: 401-941-8319 W: 222-8319
**Vice Chairman Dennis M. Cannario H: 401-683-4926 W:401-222-6595
2nd Chairman Robert D. Phillips H: 401-762-2010 W: 401-222-2466
Representative Mia Ackerman H: 401-658-0981 W: 401-222-2466
Representative Karen Alzate H: 401-663-5600 W:401-222-2466
Representative Greg Amore H: 401-339-9378 W: 401-339-9378
Representative Samuel A. Azzinaro H: 401-596-1434 W: 401-222-2933
**Representative David A. Bennett H: 401-480-4647 W: 401-222-2466
Representative Chris R. Blazejewski H:401-484-8814 W:401-484-8814
Representative Julie A. Casimiro: H: 401-474-7961 W: 401-474-7961
Representative Susan R. Donavan H: 401-253-7837 W: 401-222-2466
Representative John W. Lyle,Jr H: 401-723-6104 W: 401-222-2466
Representative Shelby Maldonado H: 401-340-8833 W: 401-222-2466
Representative Sherry Roberts H: 401-680-0128 W: 401-222-2466
Representative Jose R Serodio H: 401-340-9150 W: 401-222-2466
**Representative June Speakman: H: 401-258-1134 W: 401-222-2466

**Speaker Nicholas Matiello: W: 401-222-2466
**Senate President Ruggerio 401-222-6655

Time Is Short To Protect Your Health Data

Time Is Short To Protect Your Health Data

 

The Bad Medical Tracking Database is making its way through the Rhode Island General Assembly, and it is up to you to stop it.

Your personal private health data could be put at risk, and the privacy of your family is on the line. H5541 & S676 have been heard at the Rhode Island State House, and our people fought back hard. We offered expert testimony on why our lawmakers should vote NO.

We’re not sure it’s enough. 

We must make a final push before the end of the legislation session. We will be canvasing in key lawmaker districts with a message telling them to keep your information safe by voting NO. A geo fencing campaign to cover the RI statehouse and Providence Place Mall will get advertisement in the hands of each person that walks in the door. We need your help to raise funds to print our flyers and execute the campaign. Please donate now.

This legislation expands the Kidsnet database to all adults in RI, auto opting you in to track your private medical choices! 

We must stop it before it is too late!

Please click the link here now or on the button below to donate. Your support makes the difference for Rhode Island.

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If you don’t want to be automatically enrolled in a government database that you can not delete your file from then please oppose bills H5541 & S676. We’re counting on you. Thank you.

 

-Aimee Gardiner, Director

 

P.S. To help us keep the fight strong, donate at www.gifts.nohpvmandateri.com

 

To sign the petition against these bills also database.nohpvmandateri.com

 

 

 

H 5165 has been scheduled

H 5165 has been scheduled

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H 5165 has been scheduled for May 1st in Room 101 of the House side of RI Statehouse. “The rise of the house” at approx 4:30p

(Here is the facebook event link https://www.facebook.com/events/415281805870598/ )

 

This bill was the first bill introduced this year that is on our side of the debate of informed consent and medical freedom. This bill will make philosophical exemptions available again in RI (as they once were) for vaccinations. RI Dept of Health has been saying for years if you don’t want the HPV vaccine or any vaccine just fill out the religious exemption form. Which is defined by your personal interpretation of your strongly held belief system. However, what about body autonomy? What about the fact that public education is free and available for all, and if you decide that after evaluating something like the HPV vaccine or the flu shot – you do not wish to get these things – you should not be forced to get the medical procedure. The philosophical exemption allows you to not get a vaccine for the simple fact you control your body (or your child’s body). This is extremely important with the case of the HPV vaccine in RI, as you can not spread HPV in a casual classroom environment to begin with. 

We strongly advocate for informed consent. If your only option not to get a medical procedure and still access the education you are entitled to as a citizen, is a religious exemption…….. than you are not being given true informed consent and the ability to decline appropriately. We encourage you to support this legislation that supports your rights as parents and individuals over body autonomy. Contact your personal legislators to support H5165, come to the hearing on Wed and email the committee to pass this bill.

 

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We also want to say a HUGE THANK YOU to our supporters. We did it and the books have arrived! HPV Vaccine on Trial book will be delivered to 26 legislators in RI Statehouse this week. All possible by the help and donations of all of you. Thank you so much.

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Please help us continue to fight forward. Give toward the awareness campaign to educate the public about the bad database bill and fight it in RI. 40 people donating $40 will get us a good start. 50 people donating $50 will get us to the full goal of a strong ad campaign across multiple platforms. Help us help you win Today. Donate Now

 

 

Thank you for all your support and continuing to stand for your rights and advocate for informed consent.

Aimee Gardiner

Director, Rhode Islanders against HPV vaccinations

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WE RAISED THE FUNDS TO SEND THE “HPV VACCINE ON TRIAL” BOOK TO 26 LEGISLATORS!! Thank you to everyone who supported this effort. To help us keep the fight strong, donate at www.gifts.nohpvmandateri.com

 

 

Bad senate bill has arrived

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There was a terrific showing of attendance on Wed two weeks ago for the hearing of H5541 against the bad database bill. Thank you to everyone who took the time to show up and wrote to the committee.

The companion Bad Database bill has dropped on the Senate side S676, sponsored by senator Crowley without any co sponsors listed.

Now be sure to let your representative & senator of your district know you do not want them to support these bills. Bring it to their attention. We have access to software for A SHORT TIME that lets you enter your address and send a direct msg to your rep. Do it NOW and then share this message with others too. We need to show that numbers are strong and we do not want this bill to pass. After you send the pre written email, it will give you the phone numbers so you can call and write down for future reference. Please commit to asking two friends to also use this tool to write in opposition of these bills.

Email the Health committee to oppose S 676 for the senate also. We will let you know when a hearing date has been scheduled.

Two emails will take approx 3min or less of your time. Later could become never, please email Now.

 

Additional piece of info that you may not have seen in our previous notices —

HIPAA laws exempt agencies such as a health department from following HIPAA guidelines with data they have obtained. In other words, once the DOH has the data in the database they are exempt from HIPAA laws.

 

Act NOW to stop this database from happening in RI.

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Follow us on social media too, and use hashtag #NOHPVmandateRI

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Thank you for all your support and continuing to stand for your rights and advocate for informed consent.

Aimee Gardiner

Director, Rhode Islanders against HPV vaccinations

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WE REACHED THE GOAL TO SEND THE BOOK “HPV VACCINE ON TRIAL” TO 26 LEGISLATORS. Thank you to everyone who made this possible.

Database Tracking Without Your Consent

Database Tracking Without Your Consent

Database Tracking Without Your Consent Should Worry Moms

Currently, the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) has a database, called Kidsnet, and your child’s information is there forever without your consent. This database has all RI resident minor children enrolled in it, and it’s likely you’ve never heard of it. Why is that?

First, it is a robust database tracking things well beyond what you may want tracked, and leave you wondering why such a database needs to be held within the RIDOH.

For instance, it records who lives in the home with the child, and it also tracks blood specimen from birth. Since when is a signature or voluntary consent not needed for DNA data storage? It tracks if you’ve ever enrolled in programs like WIC or Early Intervention.

Mothers may be especially unimpressed to find out that they are tracking if the child was born vaginally, or by c-section. A mother’s level of education, and whether or not the mother was married at time of time of birth are fields in this database.

Is this the kind of data tracking that we want to happen without our consent or approval?

The icing on the cake to this Kidsnet is you cannot delete the file. RIDOH will not remove it regardless of your request. You may only block your child’s file— so that only the RIDOH can see it, and not other signed in accounts.

RIDOH will continue to track and look at your file, while your objections fall on deaf ears. Want to block your file? Well, they go out of their way to make that inconvenient. You need to call the RIDOH then have your doctor witness you signing a form in their office.

We are in the 21st century, using complex databases tracking data without consent, and yet you can not use a online portal or notarized letter to request that our children’s information is blocked. According to the RIDOH, we must call then wait to sign at doctors office to block our child’s data. An electronic file that we should be able to have completely removed and deleted from the system.

Legislation H5541 has been introduced this year, and has a hearing date scheduled for Mar 13th at Rhode Island State House. This legislation expands the Kidsnet database to all adults in RI as part of the National Adult Immunization Plan.

It renames the database Rhode Island Child and Adult Immunization Registry (RICAIR). This database will be set to automatically enroll all adults residing in the Ocean State. This expansion of data mining without consent will now be for every Rhode Island resident no matter the age. When RI has an inflated budget that over spends beyond our revenue, why are we even considering putting more tax dollars to bureaucratic control for something we don’t have an actual need for especially considering the recent UHIP disaster.

National Adult Immunization Plan is an actual plan from HHS, and Goal 3 is increase community demand for adult vaccinations. Goal 4  Foster innovation in adult vaccine development and vaccination-related technologies. This database bill falls into that plan. Do you feel you need multiple more vaccines as an adult? Just a few months ago the FDA approved the HPV vaccine to be expanded to age 45, do you want to be bugged about getting a HPV vaccine? There seems to be a pattern with RI Dept of Health, moving forward with choices that are dollar driven and not driven by a need or want of the RI residents. Rhode Island does not have epidemics for anything a vaccine is available for.

If you don’t want to be automatically enrolled in a government database that you can not delete your file from then please oppose bill H5541. Please attend the hearing at 4:00pm on Wednesday the 13th at the Rhode Island State House. Citizens are encouraged to testify in person in room 101 or submit written testimony to the committee. Secretary of the H.E.W. committee can be contacted via lcataldi@rilegislature.gov

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Aimee Gardiner

Aimee@NOHPVmandateRI.com

Instagram & Twitter @MyRightsRI

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http://www.health.ri.gov/publications/metadata/KIDSNETDataDictionary.pdf

https://www.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/nvpo/national-adult-immunization-plan/naip-path-to-implementation.pdf

https://nohpvmandateri.files.wordpress.com/2019/02/h5541.pdf

http://www.health.ri.gov/programs/kidsnet/about/confidentiality/#whatparentscando


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H5541 Hearing / Talking Points

H5541 Hearing / Talking Points

 

WEDNESDAY MARCH 13TH 4PM the hearing for H 5541 has been scheduled for Rm 101.

This is the BAD DATABASE BILL that will automatically enroll every RI resident.

We need as many people as possible to show up to this hearing to oppose this bill. Last year it passed on the senate side. This year it is in committee on the house side early in the legislative session. PLEASE attend and bring a friend or two with you. We created a Facebook event also so it is easy to share and invite others on social media. https://www.facebook.com/events/2214858705392691/

When speaking at a legislative hearing you are given 2 minutes to say your testimony. You may also bring written testimony only and not speak if you would prefer. Please bring 23 copies of your statement with H5541 at the top, and your name- address – and phone printed clearly on the documents. The clerk will distribute them to the committee. If you are not able to make it and want us to submit your written testimony on your behalf – please email it to aimee@nohpvmandateri.com.

Talking Points to consider;

~ RI Dept of Health is exempt from HIPAA regulations. No privacy protection.

~ The database itself plus the personnel salaries to maintain it will inflate our already very large RI budget. When we can barely pay for our state expenses, why are we adding to the tally when there is no actual need for it.

~ Automatically opting residents into a database is unethical. Currently this already happens with the child database in RI, and has no option to opt out of it. This should never be supported in this kind of way. If a database was to even exist, each resident should need to sign up that they wish to participate, and voluntarily take part in it.

~ You want the right to make private and non tracked decisions regarding HPV vaccines for your preteens, if they start tracking adults, do you want them bothering you next with getting the HPV vaccine? It was recently approved for through age 45 by the FDA

~ The language for “opt out” in the bill is not defined, and does not guarantee your file will be deleted upon opting out. The current database for kids does NOT allow the file to be deleted.

~ It would continue forward with insurers and pharmacists on the vaccine recommendation committee, without any citizen parent advocates or even immunologists, on the panel.

~ The last two weeks there were topic hearings in congress about vaccination and removing exemptions for all vaccines (this would mean no longer being able to decide which ones you are okay with or not). Tracking you as an adult also means being able to try to later make adults comply to vaccinations without exemption options, and they will have a database to target you from.

~ The language of the bill allows for no restrictions of what gets tracked. They can add any fields in the future, currently they track if a mother was married when child was born – what does that have to do with health? & who are they to decide this is okay to track?

 

Petition located at Database.nohpvmandateri.com

You can use and share www.2019.nohpvmandateri.com for writing prewritten emails to the committee. These are short and generic and we encourage you to add to them.

If the mandate of the HPV vaccine has shown us anything from RI Dept of Health, it is that they are not focusing on public health they are focusing on some kind of plan with a goal that is tied to dollars. In 2014 when the HPV vaccine was added to the schedule for 7th graders, the RI Dept of Health received a grant for over $600,000 to market the HPV vaccine. That’s over a half a million tax dollars spent in just this state to market a vaccine that Merck profits from.

 

Take action today.

See our previous message about multiple RI bills

 

Thank you for supporting the efforts of Rhode Islanders against mandated HPV vaccinations, you are appreciated.

 

Please SHARE THIS MESSAGE with others to help us reach out and get Rhode Islanders to know about this piece of legislation.

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HPV vaccine on Trial

HPV vaccine on Trial

HPV vaccine on Trial is the name of a book published with three authors from NY. Two of those authors are lawyers. This book dives into the studies done on the vaccine and so much more.

We can get this important book of data in the hands of each health committee member in Rhode Island on both the house and senate side. We need YOU to help do that. Please donate to help this effort www.gifts.nohpvmandateri.com

With a $30 donation ~ we can get TWO of these books into legislator hands and give you Common Sense Medicine; Restoring the Patient/Physician relationship by Jeff Danby. (we can only ship to USA addresses for this additional free book)

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That’s THREE books for $30!

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Here is a summary of the book itself

  • The HPV Vaccine on Trial is a shocking tale, chronicling the global efforts to sell and compel this alleged miracle. The book opens with the vaccine’s invention, winds through its regulatory labyrinths, details the crushing denial and dismissal of reported harms and deaths, and uncovers the enormous profits pharma and inventors have reaped. Authors Holland, Mack Rosenberg, and Iorio drill down into the clinical trial data, government approvals, advertising, and personal accounts of egregious injuries that have followed in countries as far-flung as Japan, Australia, Colombia, India, Ireland, the U.K. and Denmark. The authors have written an unprecedented exposé about this vaunted vaccine.Written in plain language, the book is for everyone concerned – parents, patients, doctors, nurses, scientists, healthcare organizations, government officials, and schools.

 

We are very excited to have the opportunity to further educate our legislators and make a difference in reversing the HPV vaccine mandate in RI. Any donation amount is helpful to reaching the goal of 26 legislators. 15 house committee members, 9 senate committee members, speaker of the house, and senate president.

26 books = 13 people donating $30 ~ Will you help us make the goal? DONATE HERE

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Here is an example of one point made by the book;

SHOULD ALL WOMEN UP TO AGE 45 GET THE #HPVVACCINE?

In our book #HPVVaccineOnTrial we examine the 25% and 27% miscarriage rate observed in women who become pregnant during the clinical trials since 15% of women reported a new medical condition related to “reproductive disorders” within the first 7 months. Is there an effect on fertility or fecundability?

The FDA did not question such high miscarriage rates prior to Gardasil’s approval that the public is aware of. The effect was most notable when a woman became pregnant within 30 days of being vaccinated. The effect was larger in women in their late twenties with a 40% miscarriage rate following Gardasil 9. And yet this vaccine is recommended for all women (and men) to age 45 by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices here in the US as of last week.

Instead of acting on this information, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists – ACOG actively discourages simple pregnancy tests prior to vaccination. Why is that?
“HPV vaccination in pregnancy is not recommended, neither is routine pregnancy testing before vaccination.”

https://www.acog.org/…/Committee-on-Adolescent-H…/co704.pdf…

[Gardasil 9 miscarriage data Table 24, page 44. https://www.fda.gov/…/Vaccin…/ApprovedProducts/UCM428669.pdf
See the last line. Also note Table 25 on the following page. Why no warnings to the public about NSAID use for example?]

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Action Item Email

Action Item Email

Rhode Island currently has multiple bills in the statehouse this year and a couple more are still expected to be submitted in the topic of Health Choices.

There is a push across the nation and through federal agencies to impede on religious freedoms and medical freedoms, and that is simply atrocious. We should all support the rights we have and protect them, or we will fall farther from being a free nation.

BAD BILL

H5541 The Adult Database tracking bill from last year is back again!!  Read the blog post from last year about this bill written by a fierce activist. This is the bill that wants to add to the KidsNet database (one for children up to age 18 in RI~ auto enrolled without any opt out option already in place) that is auto enroll and you don’t sign yourself up, you are put in whether you want to be or not. The bill changes the name of the database to longer be Kidsnet.

Prewritten emails are ready for you to click and send! (www.2019.nohpvmandateri.com) You need to add your name and address at the bottom of the email before hitting send. You can fully edit and add to them. They are written very basic and to the point, we do encourage you to add one paragraph that is personal from you.

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Want to learn more about getting more involved? Reply with your town, phone, and interests. We will be happy to chat with you. admin@nohpvmandateri.com

Aimee Gardiner

Director

Rhode Islanders against mandated HPV vaccinations

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The good and the VERY bad bills in RI

The good and the VERY bad bills in RI

Rhode Island currently has multiple bills in the statehouse this year and a couple more are still expected to be submitted in the topic of Health Choices.

There is a push across the nation and through federal agencies to impede on religious freedoms and medical freedoms, and that is simply atrocious. We should all support the rights we have and protect them, or we will fall farther from being a free nation.

THE GOOD BILLS

H5165 that a previous update was sent about

S300 Senate Resolution Respectfully Urging The United States Congress To Repeal The 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act And Subpoena Dr. William Thompson

S303 Where the immunization is for a non-casual contact disease transmitted by sexual contact between individuals, an adult person, parent, guardian, or other person having custody of a minor child, may elect against vaccination for themselves or on behalf of the minor child, by furnishing their decision in writing to the school. All consent forms or other correspondence sent to parents and guardians with respect to vaccinations shall affirmatively notify them of the option to opt out of participation in the vaccination program.

S213 The Rhode Island informed consent protection act

 

BAD BILL

H5541 The Adult Database tracking bill from last year is back again!!  Read the blog post from last year about this bill written by a fierce volunteer. This is the bill that wants to add to the KidsNet database (one for children up to age 18 in RI~ auto enrolled without any opt out option) that is auto enroll and you don’t sign yourself up, you are put in whether you want to be or not.

 

additional bill you may have interest in H 5540 DOH clinical trial website

 

ACT NOW ~ CALL, EMAIL, AND SHOW UP

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House Committee Members  TO SUPPORT H5165 and OPPOSE H5541

Representative Joseph M. McNamara
  Chairman
  Representative Dennis M. Canario
  First Vice Chairman
  Representative Robert D. Phillips
  Second Vice Chairman
  Representative Mia A. Ackerman
  Member
  Representative Karen Alzate
  Member
  Representative Gregg Amore
  Member
  Representative Samuel A. Azzinaro
  Member
  Representative David A. Bennett
  Member
  Representative Christopher R. Blazejewski
  Member
  Representative Julie A. Casimiro
  Member
  Representative Susan R. Donovan
  Member
  Representative John W. Lyle, Jr.
  Member
  Representative Shelby Maldonado
  Member
  Representative Sherry Roberts
  Member
  Representative Jose R. Serodio
  Member
Secretary: Lisa Cataldi
Phone: 401-222-2296
Email: lcataldi@rilegislature.gov

 

Senate Committee Members  TO SUPPORT s300 s303 s213

Senator Joshua Miller
  Chairperson
  Senator Gayle L. Goldin
  Vice Chairperson
  Senator James C. Sheehan
  Secretary
  Senator Elizabeth A. Crowley
  Member
  Senator Valarie J. Lawson
  Member
  Senator Donna M. Nesselbush
  Member
  Senator Thomas J. Paolino
  Member
  Senator Adam J. Satchell
  Member
  Senator Bridget Valverde
  Member
Clerk: Robin Dionne
Phone: 222-2381
Email: Slegislation@rilegislature.gov

Speaker Mattiello

rep-mattiello@rilegislature.gov   (401)222-2466

Senate President Ruggerio

sen-ruggerio@rilegislature.gov   (401) 222-6655

 

These are the two committees these bills will be heard in front of. You can call the secretary/clerk and ask for anyone in the list, they should be able to transfer your call.

All email addresses are listed. When you send them an email you write up, if you don’t mind including admin@nohpvmandateri.com also, we can keep track of the number of emails they are getting sent about the bills and hold them accountable. We will be sending out an alert later this evening of prewritten emails, so you have an example in which you can edit if you wish.

Go the statehouse and speak with legislators prior to the hearings, tell as many as you are willing about these bills. We will go with you, just reach out.

The hearings have not been scheduled yet we will let you know when they are.

 

Thank you for your support in the efforts of fighting for informed consent and to reverse the mandate of the HPV vaccine in RI

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Gross Errors Were Found in the Memorandum, Which the Oversight & Investigations Subcommittee Members Received, for the Hearing on “Confronting a Growing Public Health Threat: Measles Outbreaks in the U.S.” ~~~~~ To read more on this topic click here