Maine voters keep law that disallows religious exemptions from vaccine rules

Maine voters keep law that disallows religious exemptions from vaccine rules

Maine voters on Tuesday voted to uphold a state law that eliminated philosophical and religious exemptions for mandated childhood vaccines. ’Tonight the health and wellbeing of Maine children prevailed,’ Maine Gov. Janet Mills, a Democrat, said. The law does allow for doctors to exempt patients for medical reasons. It was initially passed amid a resurgence of measles across the nation last year.

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Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 2 months

Good.

The Raven
The Raven 2 months

good!

JanitorJez Umbrella Man
JanitorJez Umbrella Man 2 months

This is why everyone needs guns. We have to be able to protect our children from being vaccinated if we don't want the magic man in the sky to cast us into the fiery lake for eternity.

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