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#1 of 2 Old 06-05-2013, 01:39 PM - Thread Starter
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Hi,  has anybody received a call about a survey from the NM Dept of Health??  Supposingly the goal is to improve the vaccination exemption process.

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Improve it for whom, exactly? It's bad enough that their form pries into your intimately held beliefs, and that unelected bureaucrats who have somehow dubbed themselves theology experts arbitrarily decide if your beliefs deem you worthy of exercising your otherwise fundamental right to informed consent. But you know what they say. Vaccines: So safe and effective, They have to force them on you and your chidren. Way to build trust in public health, New Mexico. thumb.gif

Forgive the rant. I've contributed nothing positive to this discussion and hope you get the answers you're seeking.
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