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Senate Bill 439: Relating to Compulsory Immunization of School Children
Senators Prezioso and Minard
S.B. 439 would narrow the medical exemption to the compulsory immunization law. It would also remove the ability of parents to justify their noncompliance with the compulsory immunization law by showing "sufficient reason" why the child was not immunized. The bill was defeated in a House Subcommittee on March 4, 2004.
|02/04/2004||Introduced in the Senate, and referred to the Health and Human Resources Committee.|
|02/20/2004||Committee Hearing; bill was passed by Unanimous Consent.|
|02/23/2004||1st Reading on Senate Floor.|
|02/24/2004||2st Reading on Senate Floor.|
|02/25/2004||Passed Senate, sent to House Health and Human Resources Committee.|
|03/04/2004||Bill was defeated in House Subcommittee.|
HSLDA opposes this bill.
No more action is necessary.
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