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MAY 26, 2016 by DENVER VALENTI
Attorney Takes On State of California on Forced Vaccination


Almost a year ago, Governor Brown of California signed SB277 for mandatory vaccines which has been set to go into effect on July 1, 2016.The bill was prompted by the 2014 Disneyland measles outbreak and historically low levels of vaccination in some California schools. This law removes all exemptions: religious, medical, and philosophical. However, attorney T. Matthew Phillips believes the first amendment allows parents to exercise religion in the face of state-mandated vaccinations. He also says that children have a constitutional right to go to school, regardless of medical procedures. Ultimately a judge will decide which is more important: educating kids or vaccinating them.


Will mandatory vaccination for adults be next? Will 49 other states then require mandatory vaccination? We’re teetering on a slippery slope on what could be required for the greater good. First amendment rights were established to restrain the majority trying to subdue the rights of the individual. Look at what happened in Nazi Germany.

This is the only lawsuit that has been filed against the issue and has received no media attention. Please listen to the podcast below or browse the transcript and pass this link around to as many as you know.

The camel’s nose is under the tent. Which rights will be taken next?

Download Podcast: Matthew phillips, attorney at law, the first amendment and mandatory vaccines on oneradionetwork.com

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oneradionetwork.com


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