Editor's note: A correction has been made in this article to reflect the proper location changed from Marion County, Oregon to Marion County Indiana.
Administrators turned away hundreds of students in an Indiana county who did not comply with a previous ruling of mandatory vaccinations earlier this week.
School officials thought it would be appropriate to give children in Marion County a green sticker of approval if they (and their parents) succumbed to the pressure imposed on them to receive the highly controversial flu vaccinations. Those without the sticker were told to go home.
The Fluzone vaccine given to children in Indiana has formaldehyde (a known carcinogen) and Octylphenol Ethoxylate (detergent and systemic toxin).
Vaccine manufacturers are now also deliberately concealing many excipients/ingredients due to the 2009 H1N1 public backlash making most vaccine inserts little more than public relations documents.