SF 116 Hinders Parental, Religious Freedom By Demanding Approval From Religious Leader Before An Exemption From Immunization on Religious Ground Can Be Obtained

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SF 116 Hinders Parental, Religious Freedom By Demanding Approval From Religious Leader Before An Exemption From Immunization on Religious Ground Can Be Obtained
Sponsors:
Senator Quirmbach and Senator Dvorsky
Summary:

This bill would require families wishing to claim a religious exemption from immunizations to get a signature from the leader of the local congregation of a recognized religious denomination of which the applicant is an adherent or member.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:

01/26/2017 Subcommittee: Chelgren, Chapman, and Quirmbach
01/24/2017 Introduced, referred to Human Resources

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