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Senate Bill 305: Improves Immunization Exemption
Sponsored by Senator Padavan
This bill would have permitted a parent to have a personal objection to immunizations, medical testing, and treatments. This bill would have made it much easier for a parent to object to mandatory immunizations for their children. Assembly Bill 885 would have created a “philosophical exemption” in addition to the current medical and religious exemptions. This bill was identical to Assembly Bill 885.
|01/12/2005||Referred to Senate Committee on Health.|
|06/24/2005||Assembly adjourned and is at the call of the Majority Leader. (Likely closed for the rest of the year).|
|06/23/2006||Legislature is closed.|
Since this bill was not reported from a standing committee, the Committee on Health, it will be reintroduced in January, 2006.
No action is necessary at this time.
This bill is supported.
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