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Wednesday, December 16, 2009

New Hawaii resolution urges legislators to allow vaccine exemptions

The new resolution to provide vaccine exemptions to all Hawaiian citizens, based on the scientific evidence that confirms vaccines can cause harm and should never be forced upon citizens, is a big victory for Hawaii and hopefully sets a precedent for the country!  This article is very eye-opening in explaining the "politics" of vaccines!  ~Mary, NJ 

Hawaii H1N1 Resolution Advances Vaccination Exemptions Favoring Americans' Growing Demand for Health Freedoms

Hilo, HI--Department of Health officials in Hawaii were overruled by County of Hawaii directors supporting a resolution favoring First Amendment constitutional rights and vaccination exemptions for everyone demanding them.

The nearly unanimous 7-1 Big Island of Hawaii Council vote sent a strong message to State and Federal policy makers to consider a majority of people who solidly distrust risky vaccines in general, and health officials' claims of safety regarding H1N1 vaccines in particular. 

The vote demonstrated the power of local community activists to rebuke "top down" policies advancing "mandatory" vaccinations during declared emergencies. The Council's decision backed the majority of people unwilling to lose health freedoms to Federal governors directing State health officials on behalf of BigPharma special interests. 

The Resolution (237-09) urges State and Federal legislators in Hawaii "to amend vaccine laws to include medical, religious, and philosophical exemptions from any vaccine program," including those declared urgent by health officials.  continue... 


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