Protect Vaccine Choice in Massachusetts
Many states have laws that allow patients to exempt themselves from vaccinations based on personal, philosophical, or religious beliefs. That way, parents who are wary of government-mandated vaccination schedules can make their own informed decisions about their family’s health. 

But the Massachusetts legislature is considering a bill that would put the government in charge of medical exemptions (S.1517/H.2271). H.2411 eliminates the religious belief exemption to vaccination for school children. S.2499 mandates all community colleges require COVID-19 vaccine for students and employees on campus. H 4121 requires proof of vaccination for all Members, officers and employees physically working at the State House.

Other bills require support like HD 4416, which prohibits discrimination based on vaccination status, and SB 943 which allows individuals to show proof of natural immunity to satisfy COVID vaccination requirements.

We must not lose our freedom to make informed choices about vaccines. Contact your state legislators and tell them to protect vaccine choice and oppose these bills and to support bills like HD 4416.

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