How would I find info about opting out in my state?
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9/22/10 at 3:50pm
He about flipped! We talked about how the exemption isn't recorded at the time you obtain it, but it is sent to the state registry once the school receives it. He admitted that the parent would get "caught" in the annual audit and would lose the exemptions for all their children. He's really a great guy and promised to talk to his new employee to make sure she didn't give out unlawful advice again.
Now I just have to find a way to convince my friend the registrar was wrong and I was right. Again, I don't care if she chooses to start vaxing again (well, I do, but what I mean to say is it's none of my beeswax), I would just hate for her to think it was ok to do one and get a new exemption and then get hit with the news that she has to catch up all her kiddos, including the vax-damaged one. Whatever she decides, she should at least have a clear picture of the consequences of every possible decision.