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House Bill 1136: A Bill Regarding Immunizations
Human Services Committee
This bill does two things. First, it adds more vaccinations to the list of required immunizations. HSLDA generally opposes adding more state-mandated vaccinations because we believe this should be a decision between the parents and family physician. Second, the bill permits the state health officer to determine that under certain circumstances, such as shortage of vaccine, children do not have to have the vaccinations until the circumstances change.
|1/3/2007||Introduced, first reading, and referred to the Human Services Committee|
|1/8/2007||Committee hearing. Committee report back “Do Pass”|
|1/11/2007||House amendment adopted|
|1/12/2007||Second reading, passed in House, transmitted to Senate|
|1/15/2007||Received from House|
|2/13/2007||Introduced in the Senate, first reading, referred to the Education Committee|
|2/27/2007||Returned from Education Committee and referred to the Human Services Committee|
|3/13/2007||Reported back, “Do pass” as amended|
|3/15/2007||Second reading, passed as amended|
|3/16/2007||Returned to the House|
|4/3/2007||Concurring in the House, second reading and passed|
|4/5/2007||Signed by the President|
|4/11/2007||Signed by the Speaker and sent to the Governor|
|4/12/2007||Signed by the Governor|
|4/13/2007||Filed with the Secretary of State|
HSLDA opposes this legislation.
None at this time.
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