The Medical Police State Metastasizes to FL: SB 64 Removes Religious Exemption for Vaccination, Threatens Medical
Following closely on the heels of the loss of the religious exemption for vaccination in CA and NY, a new bill in Florida was just introduced which would do the same, while at the same time interfering with the doctor/patient relationship when it comes to obtaining medical exemptions.
A new Florida Senate bill sponsored by Democrat Lauren Book titled, SB 64: Exemptions from School-entry Health Requirements, would remove religious exemptions for vaccinations for school entry in the state of Florida, and interefere with the doctor/patient relationship by requiring a State overseen medical exemption review panel to determine the validity of medical exemptions for vaccination.
The Florida Senate website summarizes the bill as follows:
“Exemptions from School-entry Health Requirements; Deleting exemptions from school-entry health examinations and immunization requirements for religious reasons; requiring the Board of Medicine and the Board of Osteopathic Medicine to jointly create a medical exemption review panel, etc.”
In essence, SB 64 is architected to reproduce newly legislated medical system in California, where children no longer have the right go to school unless they are fully compliant with the the vaccination schedule.
The bill also calls for “requiring the Board of Medicine and the Board of Osteopathic Medicine to jointly create a medical exemption review panel.”
Below is a MUST Watch video by the National Vaccine Information Center which explains what the Florida Department of Health is presently doing to violate your rights, and how to defend yourself from their unconstitutional behavior. You’ll want to watch and share this widely.
Click the link below to take immediate action!
The bill has generated an immediate response from leading health freedom organization, the National Vaccine Information Center, which released the following statement and call to action:
SB 64 Filed to Remove Religious Exemptions and Review and Restrict Medical Exemptions
Meet With Your Florida State Senator and State Representative NOW to STOP SB 64
Contact Sponsor Senator Lauren Book to Withdraw SB 64
“Dear Florida NVIC Advocacy Team Members,
There is a new dangerous threat to vaccine exemptions in Florida.
SB 64 would eliminate the religious exemption to vaccines required for public and private school children. It would also add a new section of law requiring the Board of Medicine and the Board of Osteopathic Medicine to jointly create a medical exemption review panel that shall review all medical exemptions. If passed, the new law would become effective on July 1, 2020.
We have seen what happens to families in California and New York where religious exemptions have been removed and medical exemptions are reviewed and restricted. SB 64 is a dangerous bill that needs to be stopped early so Florida doesn’t become like California or New York.
The 2020 legislative session in Florida convenes on 1/14/2020, however bills are filed in advance (session dates). It is very important that families who support the religious and medical exemptions get out ahead of Senator Book’s effort and talk to their legislators and like-minded families to get involved now! Those who are currently in office during this interim period will be the same legislators who will vote on this bill this spring as statewide legislative offices are not on the ballot this fall.
- Contact your Florida state senator and state representative and respectfully ask them to oppose SB 64 in the 2020 legislative session.
- As soon as possible, schedule an in-person meeting with your state senator and representative to express to them how important it is to your family to have religious and unrestricted medical exemptions available. Share your vaccine reaction, denial of medical care, and harassment or discrimination stories.
- Email your state senator and representative also using their preferred method of contact (see d.)
- Attend events where your legislators may be speaking or presenting and express your concerns there as well. Follow your legislators on social media so you can know when and where they will be attending and speaking during the interim so that you can attend and have opportunities to provide more information and ask questions.
- Legislative contact information: you can login to the NVIC Advocacy Portal, click on the “State Teams” tab and then “My State,” and your elected officials are automatically posted on the right hand side of the page. You can click on their name to display contact information and social media accounts that you can follow. You can also find your representatives here and senators here.
- Contact the sponsor Senator Lauren Book and respectfully ask her to withdraw SB 64.Be polite and explain how important religious and unrestricted medical exemptions to vaccination are for you and your family. Share your vaccine reaction, denial of medical care, and harassment or discrimination stories. Contact information for Senator Book is posted athttps://www.flsenate.gov/Senators/S32.
- Login to the NVIC Advocacy Portal OFTEN to check for updates. We review bills and make updates daily. Bills can change many times over the legislative process and your timely visits, calls, and emails directed at the correct legislators are critical to this process. Even though the Florida legislature is not currently in session, you can see how this is important because bills are already being filed.
- Please forward this email to family and friends and ask them to register for the NVIC Advocacy Portal at https://NVICAdvocacy.org and share their concerns with their legislators as well. If you wish to share this alert on social media, go to the notes on theNational Vaccine Information Center’s Facebook page and share it from there.
- Please forward any legislative responses you receive or a summary of your meetings to our Florida State Director Toni and our Florida affiliated group Health Freedom Florida at FLDirector@NVICAdvocacy.org.
In 2015, SB 646, a bill that would have severely restricted exemptions was prefiled in Florida. However, the bill was withdrawn with the help of Florida NVIC Advocacy Members and other Florida citizens who expressed their concerns early and in large numbers. You can view our early action alerts on this 2015 bill in the archives on the NVIC Advocacy Portal Florida page.
Let’s all commit to working to hopefully attain the same results for 2020! Sitting on the sidelines waiting won’t cut it.
https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2020/64/BillText/Filed/PDF – text of SB 64 as introduced.
https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2020/64 – text, status and history for SB 64
NVIC Advocacy Team
National Vaccine Information Center
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Additional Calls to Action
1) Get organized on Facebook through local, grassroots groups that work with the National Vaccine Information Center, such as my own Florida Health Freedom: https://www.facebook.com/groups/flhealthfreedom/ and Health Freedom Florida: https://www.facebook.com/HealthFreedomFL/
Sayer Ji is founder of Greenmedinfo.com, a reviewer at the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine, Co-founder and CEO of Systome Biomed, Vice Chairman of the Board of the National Health Federation, Steering Committee Member of the Global Non-GMO Foundation.
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