We don't vax, but this doesn't bother me because I know what the drive behind it is. I'm a big women's rights and Planned Parenthood supporter, and I think this bill is actually a step towards giving girls more control over their own bodies when they potentially become sexually active. I grew up in a small town where parents just said, "Don't have sex...ever." to their kids and that was it. Those kids ended up having sex at a young age and had absolutely no information about birth control, STDs, etc. Thankfully, places like Planned Parenthood existed so some of those kids could get educated and also get birth control without their parent's consent (they were going to have sex either way). I think this is the same type thing. There are kids out there that have no guidance (or no realistic guidance) from their parents on matters of sex. This bill is not meant to "override" parents decisions, but to offer sexually active minors some power over their sexual health.
Of course, all of us that don't vax know that the HPV vax is horrible, but that's not the common belief and I really think they mean well with this bill. It's not a threat to families like us because we will all talk to our children about never taking a vaccination without speaking to us first, weighing the benefits vs. risks, etc. It all comes down to communicating with our children.
For those saying it's unconstitutional, how so? It's actually giving rights to people (minors). All it's doing is letting minors choose for themselves.