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Assembly Bill 410: Immunization Tracking
Assemblymen, Parks, McClain, Segerblom and Womack
This would establish an immunization information system to collect information about the immunization of children in the state.
|3/19/2007||(Assembly) Referred to the Committee on Health and Human Services|
|4/09/2007||(Assembly) Passed Assembly Health and Human Services Committee|
|5/10/2007||(Assembly) Passed Assembly Ways and Means Committee|
|5/14/2007||(Assembly) Passed Assembly 41-0|
|5/15/2007||(Senate) Referred to Senate Human Resources and Education Committee|
|5/15/2007||(Senate) Passed Senate Human Resources and Education Committee|
|5/22/2007||(Senate) Passed Senate Human Resources and Education Committee|
|5/24/2007||(Senate) Passed Senate 20-1|
|6/4/2007||Approved by the Governor, effective July 1, 2007|
HSLDA supports this bill.
No action requested at this time.
Home School Legal Defense Association had opposed this legislation which would have been used to track vaccinations received by children. HSLDA considers such record keeping of personal medical information by the state to be an unnecessary invasion of privacy. Private medical providers already do an excellent job of maintaining records on patients receiving immunizations. Had this bill passed, it was likely that the state would begin to contact families about what shots to get and when.
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