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Monday, October 12, 2009

Vaccination choice rally before Governor's debate October 16, 2009 in Wayne, NJ (video)

Freedom of vaccination choice rally before Governor's debate October 16, 2009 in Wayne, NJ (video)

October 12, 9:36 AMCentral Jersey Natural Health ExaminerStephanie Martel
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Vaccination choice is a growing concern, especially in the Garden State. New Jersey mandates 45 doses of 14 vaccines in order for children to attend school.  This is 35% more than the next highest state.  There is no testing of these vaccines for cancer, infertility, or safety of multiple administration with other vaccines.  Never mind the administration of the swine flu vaccine and all of the questions that come with it for something that is that is so new....

The entire NJ Assembly is up for re-election and the Governor's race will also be decided on November 3rd.  These are the people that will be making the decisions regarding your rights and the future rights of your children and vaccination mandates.  It's not often that you get the opportunity to stand up and send a strong message to political candidates while the media is already in attendance.  

Take advantage of this opportunity to be heard!  The NewJersey Coalition for Vaccination Choice and Life Health Choices have joined forces to rally for vaccination choice.   Be a part of the movement.


 Event Details for Freedom of Choice Rally before the Governor's Debate #2:

WHERE:  William Paterson University, outside the Shea Center For Performing Arts
300 Pompton Road, Wayne, New Jersey 07470
Directions and area map

WHEN:  Friday, October 16, 2009 from 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Plan to arrive early, to park and find your way. The rally will end by 6:00 pm. All debate ticketholders must be in their seats by 6:15 pm in order to ensure a televised start time up 7:00 pm. (Tickets for the debate are no longer available.)

BRING:  Signs and banners, camera, camcorder, snacks and water, your friends and neighbors. Check the weather to see if you'll need a warm coat and/or umbrella. Children are welcome!

Click HERE for the flyer. Pass it along!

If you would like to speak at the rally or can offer carpooling, e-mail

Stay tuned for news tying this event to a national campaign in support of children’s health and the parental health freedoms

See Louise below, on public television, talking more about vaccines.


Posted via web from NJCVC's posterous


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