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US Vaccine Exemptions Remain Secure in 2018 — NVIC’s 2018 Annual Report on US State Vaccine Legislation: Breakdown, Trends and Predictions

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  • Working to prevent vaccine injuries and deaths through public education since 1982, the National Vaccine Information Center (NVIC) is the largest and oldest U.S. charity disseminating information about vaccines and informed consent to vaccination
  • The four main areas that NVIC focuses on when tracking proposed bills are: (1) vaccine exemptions and informed consent rights; (2) vaccine mandates; (3) vaccine tracking and reporting; and (4) vaccines in general
  • During the 2018 legislative session, no state eliminated or restricted existing medical, religious and conscientious or philosophical exemptions for day care or school attendance
  • This is the third year in a row that state legislatures have rejected the efforts of vaccine industry lobbyists to persuade more state governments to eliminate the legal right of citizens to exercise freedom of thought, conscience and informed consent when making vaccine decisions for themselves and their children
  • Of the 82 vaccine-related bills that NVIC opposed, only 17 bills passed. Out of the 17 bills that did pass, only four bills had elements that NVIC targeted for strong opposition

By NVIC Advocacy Team

Protection of the human right to exercise informed consent to vaccination continues to be a topic that is of great concern for many people in America.


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