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More msm bs
http://www.aurorasentinel.com/opini...ust-be-among-2016-colorado-legislative-goals/

Colorado must join California in solving an ailing public health problem that’s easy to cure. This summer, California virtually eliminated all exemptions to that state’s childhood vaccination policy.

“The science is clear that vaccines dramatically protect children against a number of infectious and dangerous diseases,” said Gov. Jerry Brown. “While it’s true that no medical intervention is without risk, the evidence shows that immunization powerfully benefits and protects the community.”

California now requires every child who attends a public school or college to undergo vaccination. Colorado must do the same thing to prevent death and disease caused by irresponsible and reckless parents.
yes, all the 'reckless' parents out there who's child had a horrid injurious reaction, and don't want to take the chance again of more injury to their child.
 

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Dorit Reiss • 6 hours ago
Good luck in your efforts to make Colorado safer from disease, protecting all children and adults.

I know many people worked heroically on the previous legislation, and it's sad that some of your senators let extremist undermine a reasonable change and refused to make schools safer. Better luck forward.
 

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Yes, yes, yes and yes!

However, as we are very short of vaccine supporters at the moment, I'll just point out that parents who THINK they have a vaccine injured child only have an ANECDOTE. And, as we all know, anecdotes about measles and whooping cough in vaccinated children (caused, of course, by unvaxed children) count, but anecdotes about vaccine injuries don't count.

Back to your regularly scheduled vaccine criticism.
 
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