A couple of notable highlights:
"The Department of Health’s continued emphasis on mandating vaccination against influenza, despite the lack of any evidence indicating that such mandates significantly benefit public health in the long run, represents a serious intrusion on the ability of individuals and
families to make their own medical decisions."
"The vaccination of children against illness is a laudable goal, and the ACLU appreciates that there are some illnesses and some situations that may warrant imposition of mandatory vaccinations. However, mandatory vaccinations must be reserved only for those diseases where the vaccine has an undeniable preventative effect on the illness, where the illness is easily transmitted by the individuals and in the situations under consideration."
They also want to add the HPV vaccine to the list of requirements. Here are the ACLU's thoughts.
"Although it is highly unlikely that an unvaccinated student would be in a position to transmit HPV to another student during school hours and on school property, these regulations treat them a walking time bombs who should be excluded from school–left at home, likely with little supervision–in the name of public health."
The ACLU-RI makes a lot of other salient points and address some other proposed regulations; these are just a start.
What are your thoughts?