Oregon Democrats: Vaccines For Thee, But Not for Me
By Shari Dovale
The Democrats in the Nanny State of Oregon are again attempting to regulate every aspect of people’s lives by demanding that all citizens receive all CDC recommended vaccines.
At issue is House Bill 3063, which is billed as removing the ability of a parent to decline required immunizations against restrictable diseases on behalf of child for reason other than child’s indicated medical diagnosis.
In other words, this bill is designed to remove ALL non-medical exemptions in Oregon related to schools, charter schools, daycare, and preschools, as well as religious exemptions. Basically, every child will be restricted from public spaces if not immunized, if this bill passes.
The party of “It’s my body, it’s my choice” does not believe the same mantra when it comes to vaccines.
Putting them to this test, however, is Republican Senator Kim Thatcher, who put forth a list of 29 amendments to HB 3063.
Thatcher released the following statement:
“House Bill 3063 abolishes informed consent, undermines the Hippocratic Oath and puts the Oregon Health Authority in between children and their doctors. Unelected bureaucrats and Pharma should not be making decisions that are best made by doctors and their patients.
The package of amendments I have requested be drafted dismantle the false narrative promoted by proponents of forcible injections and we are working with legislative counsel to draft these amendments. Where there is a risk, there must be a choice—keep up the fight.”
At the forefront of the proposed amendments is one that states:
Any lawmaker voting in support of HB 3063, or signing the bill into law, and their immediate family members, shall have administered to them the bill’s mandated vaccines. Vaccination protocol shall begin within 30 days of the passage of the bill and adhere to the full schedule required for children under the bill.
The Democrats that have been pushing for 3063 have screamed “Foul”, claiming that the amendment is unconstitutional. They believe that they should not be required to have the same series of vaccinations they are demanding the children receive.
The full list of amendments that were requested by Thatcher’s office:
- Exempts private schools, private day care centers, and private preschools from any restrictions to vaccine exemptions.
- Exempts charter schools from any restrictions to vaccine exemptions.
- Exempts religious schools from any restrictions to vaccine exemptions.
- Makes the provisions of the bill prospective only. Grandfathers holders of existing exemptions throughout high school.
- Allows the philosophical or personal objection to vaccination provided that the parent or legal guardian of the child or any adult in loco parentis to the child speaks to a health care professional about vaccines and immunization.
- Requires, prior to the administration of any vaccine required for school or day care attendance, the provider administering the vaccine to notify the child’s parent or guardian, or adult in loco parentis, of the option to consent to an antibody titer test to determine whether or not the individual has developed positive antibody titer.
- Prohibits requiring a vaccine as a condition for school or day care attendance, unless the United States Food and Drug Administration has conducted a pivotal trial that evaluated the vaccine to capture potential autoimmune, neurological, and chronic health effects that arise after administration of the vaccine.
- Prohibits requiring a vaccine as a condition for school or day care attendance, unless the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has evaluated the safety of the vaccine using a pivotal trial against a control group that received a placebo or another vaccine or substance licensed by the FDA that was evaluated against a control group that received a placebo.
- Prohibits requiring a vaccine as a condition for school or day care attendance, unless the vaccine has been evaluated for its potential to cause cancer.
- Prohibits requiring a vaccine as a condition for school or day care attendance, unless the vaccine has been evaluated for its potential to mutate genes.
- Specifies that a child with a family history of vaccine-injury qualifies for a medical exemption.
- Prohibits requiring a vaccine as a condition for school or day care attendance, unless it is 100% free from any State of Oregon High Priority Chemicals of Concern for Children’s Health via the 2015 Toxic Free Kids Act (mercury, formaldehyde, phenol), and human fetal tissue or DNA.
- Exempts a child from mandatory vaccine requirements if a parent, legal guardian, or adult in loco parentis signs and presents a written certification that the child has a biological parent, brother, or sister, with a documented history of immune system problems or a documented adverse reaction to a particular vaccine required by rule of OHA.
- Exempts a child from the vaccination requirements for whom vaccination is not recommended under current guidance issued by the United States Food and Drug Administration or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Requires providers administering vaccines to record the health status of their patients prior to any vaccine administration and to report to the Vaccine Adverse Reporting System and record in provider records all adverse events that follow for three years, regardless of whether the administrator considers them vaccine-related.
- Prohibits requiring a vaccine as a condition for school or day care attendance, unless OHA has publicly disclosed the injury rate of the vaccine when administered with other required vaccines.
- Prohibits a vaccine product from being required if it is currently the subject of litigation concerning safety, efficacy, or fraud.
- Requires Oregon to contract for a vaccinated vs. non-vaccinated study to be performed by researchers independent of the pharmaceutical industry.
- Requires Oregon to assume financial responsibility for any injury or death resulting from the administration of any vaccine or combination of vaccines required by law.
- Requires Oregon to assume financial responsibility for all costs for the special medical and educational needs of those injured by any vaccine or combination of vaccines required by law.
- Requires OHA to receive legislative approval to add vaccines to the list of required immunizations.
- Requires health care providers to provide written information concerning potential adverse reactions to vaccines to individuals or their parent or guardian before administering a vaccine.
- OHA may only require immunization for communicable diseases.
- Allows a child time to safely receive all required vaccinations while still being able to attend school or day care if the child has begun receiving required vaccinations.
- Allows for a religious exemption to an MMR mandate.
- No vaccine targeting sexually transmitted diseases shall be required for daycare or school attendance.
- No vaccines targeting infections not communicable in a community setting shall be required for daycare or school attendance.
- Vaccines that provide only personal protection from symptoms and that do not prevent person-to-person transmission of infection shall not be required.
- Any lawmaker voting in support of HB 3063, or signing the bill into law, and their immediate family members shall have administered to them the bill’s mandated vaccines. Vaccination protocol shall begin within 30 days of the passage of the bill and adhere to the full schedule required for children under the bill.
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