Category Archives: HOW TO GET VACCINE EXEMPTIONS

How to get a vaccine waiver for dogs

Did you know that, even if you get a postcard saying your animal’s rabies vaccination is now due, that many times, you have an automatic waiver in place that even your veterinarian may overlook?

It’s true.

It’s called the label on every drug and vaccine, including rabies vaccines.

Animals - Running Dog If you read the label on a vaccine from any manufacturer, it will inevitably say, “Only for use in healthy dogs, cats, ferrets, etc.”

See that “healthy” word? It can be your automatic waiver.

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Employer, College, School and City Flu Vaccine Mandates – Exemptions?

A VOICE FOR CHOICE (EXEMPTIONS)

If you need help with writing a religious exemption or would like us to review your religious exemption before you submit it, we would be happy to. Please send the written vaccine policy, including exemption options, a description of your religious beliefs and any other information about the accommodations you are requesting, to info@avoiceforchoiceadvocacy.org

South Dakota Legislation: NO MANDATED VACCINES WHATSOEVER!!! (2020)

South Dakota Legislation: NO MANDATED VACCINES WHATSOEVER!!!

“House Bill 1235 states that ‘No public or nonpublic post secondary educational institutions may mandate any immunizations for school entry. A public or private post secondary educational institution may request any student to submit medical records. No educational institution may use coercive means to require immunization’.”

“The bill would make it a Class 1 misdemeanor for ‘any educational institution, medical provider, or person to compel another to submit to immunization,’ according to the bill text.”

“’Every person has the inalienable right to bodily integrity, free from any threat or compulsion that the person accepts any medical intervention, including immunization. No person may be discriminated against for refusal to accept an unwanted medical intervention, including immunization,’ the bill states.”

LEGISLATION HISTORY (including sponsors, etc)

South Dakota House bill (2020)  download pdf

South Dakota is a major Red State by far

See chart legislative balance (Rep vs.Dem) for ALL STATES

Religious Freedom for Vaccines: TRUMP’S New office at HHS

Read this link first

See this  8 minute TRUMP video second “Who will crush the serpents head”

NEW YORK TAKE ACTION NOW!

NEW YORK is known to not only deny religious exemptions but to have created a limit on accepting them.

Just call and say…. co-sponsor S6141c or A8123a
 
FIND Representatives by zip code-NY  http://nyassembly.gov/mem/ (A8123a)
Find my Senator by Zip CodeNY https://www.nysenate.gov/find-my-senator (S6141c)
You might also communicate to the Republican leaders of the houses that  President Trump has set up a new office at the HHS for religious freedom (in case they haven’t heard) so that Republicans will vote as a unified party on the issue of religious freedom and vaccines.  Although the new agency only mentions vaccines as it pertains to religious freedom and medicaid, the head of the Agency, who I understand is a deeply religious acolyte requests that all concerned with being denied religious freedom as it pertains to vaccines, send in a complaint.

Use this link for FACEBOOK POSTS

https://www.hhs.gov/conscience/complaints/filing-a-complaint/index.html

Section #9 covers: state or local government agency that is responsible for administering health care • State or local government income assistance or human service agency • Hospital • Medicaid and Medicare provider • Physician or other health care professional in private practice with patients assisted by Medicaid • Family health center • Community mental health center • Alcohol and drug treatment center • Nursing home • Foster care home • Public and private adoption or foster care agency • Day care center • Senior citizen center • Nutrition program • Any entity established under the Affordable Care Act • HMO • Pharmacy • Homeless shelter •Health researcher

Video of press conference of the announcement:  https://www.facebook.com/HHS/videos/1727117023985283/

VLA COMMENT: 8 minutes of Trump on Vaccines and Autism during campaign. TRUMP IS KEEPING HIS PROMISES!

How to File a Conscience or Religious Freedom Complaint

Complaint Requirements

Your complaint must:

  • Be filed in writing by mail, fax, e-mail, or via the OCR Complaint Portal
  • Name the health care or social service provider involved, and describe the acts or omissions, you believe violated conscience or religious freedom laws or regulations

File a Conscience or Religious Freedom Complaint Online

Open the OCR Complaint Portal and select the type of complaint you would like to file.

Complete as much information as possible, including:

  • Information about you, the complainant
  • Details of the complaint
  • Any additional information that might help OCR when reviewing your complaint

You will then need to electronically sign the complaint and complete the consent form. After completing the consent form you will be able to print out a copy of your complaint to keep for your records.

File a Conscience or Religious Freedom Complaint in Writing

File a Complaint Using the Conscience or Religious Freedom Complaint Form Package

Open and fill out the Conscience and Religious Freedom Complaint Form Package in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader software to fill out the complaint and consent forms. You may either:

  • Print and mail the completed complaint and consent forms to:
    Centralized Case Management Operations
    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    200 Independence Avenue, S.W.
    Room 509F HHH Bldg.
    Washington, D.C. 20201
  • Email the completed complaint and consent forms to OCRMail@hhs.gov (Please note that communication by unencrypted email presents a risk that personally identifiable information contained in such an email, may be intercepted by unauthorized third parties)

File a Complaint without the Conscience or Religious Freedom Complaint Form Package

If you prefer, you may submit a written complaint in your own format by either:

  • Mail to
    Centralized Case Management Operations
    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    200 Independence Avenue, S.W.
    Room 509F HHH Bldg.
    Washington, D.C. 20201
  • Email to OCRMail@hhs.gov

Be sure to include:

  • Your name
  • Full address
  • Telephone numbers (include area code)
  • E-mail address (if available)
  • Name, full address and telephone number of the person, agency or organization you believe discriminated against you
  • A brief description of what happened, including how, why, and when you believe your (or someone else’s) conscience or religious freedom rights were violated
  • Any other relevant information
  • Your signature and date of complaint
  • The name of the person on whose behalf you are filing if you are filing complaint for someone else

You may also include:

  • Any special accommodations for us to communicate with you about this complaint
  • Contact information for someone who can help us reach you if we cannot reach you directly
  • If you have filed your complaint somewhere else and where you’ve filed

If you mail a complaint, be sure to send it to:

Centralized Case Management Operations
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
200 Independence Avenue, S.W.
Room 509F HHH Bldg.
Washington, D.C. 20201

You do not need to sign the complaint and consent forms when you submit them by email because submission by email represents your signature.

Language assistance services for OCR matters are available and provided free of charge. OCR services are accessible to persons with disabilities.

Filing Complaints with Other Agencies

If you have a complaint about housing, law enforcement, labor, education, or employment discrimination, OCR does not investigate these types of complaints. Find out where to get help

 

Vaccine Bills that demand Church sign off on Religious Waivers

“Every Church claims that ‘we are the true Churchand that they have some ultimate authority. We have the infallible Pope;  the inerrant Bible.

The idea that the Truth of God can be bound in any human system; by any human creed; by any human book is almost beyond imagination. God is not a Christian. God is not a Jew or a Muslim, a Hindu or a Buddhist. All of those are human systems which Human being have created only to help walk us through the mystery of God. We honor tradition. We walk through the tradition. But the tradition does not define God. It only points to God.

. -Bishop John Shelby Spong

“No one church, its representative or the government has the authority to define religion, to authorize, or substantiate an individual’s religious beliefs

.…Eileen Dannemann, Director. National Coalition of Organized Women

VLA Comment paraphrased from Ageless Wisdom:

Religion is the name given to the recognition by the “part” of its relationship to the “Whole”.  It is observed that there is a constantly growing demand by the part (individual) for an increased awareness of that Relation (God). Religion is the experience of the “seeking” aspirant to the “sought-for” Divinity. This archetypical drive towards wholeness (God) is natural to mankind, inherent in all individuals. Therefore,  Religion is natural and personalized foremost to the individual and out of that comes human systems, not the other way around!

Eileen Dannemann, Director. National Coalition of Organized Women

 

BREAKING NEWS: ITS CALIFORNIA LAW-ALL CHILDREN MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED TO ATTEND PUBLIC & PRIVATE SCHOOL

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Governor Brown, today, has signed into law the END OF RELIGIOUS OR PERSONAL EXEMPTIONS FOR ALL CALIFORNIA CHILDREN. Read more…

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Excerpt from Gov. Brown’s message:

“Thus, SB277, while requiring that school children be vaccinated, explicitly provides an exception when a physician believes that circumstances-in the judgement and sound discretion of the physician-so warrants”.

SB_277_Signing_Message (full)

VLA Comment: I take this as saying that it is California  “law” that the Dept of Health cannot counter a physicians judgement.

More comment: This model legislation will will proliferate nationally.  Next State legislative session will be overwhelming, especially, New York and Iowa.

Folks Religious Freedom laws are now center stage…opening the gates for our legal teams.  Take this for example:http://www.ijreview.com/2015/06/355349-did-the-gay-marriage-ruling-just-leg…  This article has a few attorneys weighing in.  The article addressed gun permits.  But the arguments, it appears to me, would also apply to the vaccine issue.  AND have you noticed that there is now lots of talk about “religious” freedom that even clerks who issue permits feel they can deny issue a permit because of their own religious beliefs.  What about the nurses who lose their jobs.  However, I digress.  Here is an excerpt:

2. In the majority decision, the judges argue that “certain personal choices central to individual dignity and autonomy” are now protected by Due Process:

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This is not just an argument for religious waivers as in the language “personal identity and beliefs”  but it could be argued that it is certainly offensive to parents individual dignity that the state should allow underaged children to get vaccines without the parents’ knowledge. And that the state and judges have the authority to force medical treatments on children against the parents’ deeply considered decisions regarding the health of their children.  In this the state implies that parents make choices to harm their children.  This is an effrontery to individual dignity and autonomy.

H.R. 2232 Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015 (Introduced in House (05/01/2015))

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Introduced in House (05/01/2015)

Vaccinate All Children Act of 2015

This bill amends the Public Health Service Act to prohibit the Department of Health and Human Services from awarding grants to public entities of a state for preventive health service programs unless the state requires each student in public elementary or secondary school to be vaccinated in accordance with the recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices. The bill provides an exception for students whose health would be endangered by vaccination in the opinion of a physician conforming to the accepted standard of medical care.  Read actual text…

 

Compulsory (forced) Vaccination Bills: 110 bills across 36 states (bills included by state)

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110 Bills, 36 states  (total list)

Sample bills:

Eliminates the personal belief exemption in California

Eliminates the religious belief exemption to vaccination in Maryland

Eliminates the religious belief exemption

Eliminates both the religious and philosophical belief exemptions in VT

Requires all school students, teachers, administrators, and staff members to be fully vaccinated

Allows pharmacists to administer any vaccine to minors 14 and older without parental consent

HPV Vaccines for minors without parental consent or knowledge

Allows minors 14 and older in the Texas Juvenile Justice System to consent to vaccination

Prohibits day care providers from hiring anyone who has not been vaccinated with 3 vaccines

Requires health care providers be vaccinated for flu

Mandates all college students living in on-campus housing be vaccinated for meningococcal disease

Expands police powers to detain individuals suspected of exposure to communicable diseases

Requires notarization and education for religious belief exemptions

Requires physician counseling for conscientious and religious belief exemption

Severely Restricts Religious Exemption to Vaccine Mandates

Restricts the religious exemption to vaccination by changing the language

Provides liability protections to dentists who administer vaccines

Allows disclosure of a patient’s immunization record without the patient’s authorization

Requires doctor certification for parents using a personal belief exemptions for school/child care

Requires parents receive a letter from the principal if there is a nonvaccinated child in attendance

Requires schools provide information on HPV Vaccines in any course in sexual education

 

New HHS draft to target adult population, Feb. 2015

NVIC ACTION 3:1:5:0015  (take action, now)

Vaccine Exemptions and forms in all States (List(

 

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Click here for List…

ALABAMA   ALASKA   ARIZONA    ARKANSAS   AUSTRALIA   CALIFORNIA   CANADA

COLORADO   CONNECTICUT   DELAWARE  FLORIDA   GEORGIA   DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

HAWAII   IDAHO   ILLINOIS   INDIANA    IOWA   KANSAS   KENTUCKY   LOUISIANA

MAINE   MARYLAND   MASSACHUSETTS   MICHIGAN   MINNESOTA   MISSISSIPPI

MISSOURI   MONTANA   NEBRASKA   NEVADA   NEW HAMPSHIRE   NEW JERSEY

NEW MEXICO   NEW YORK   NORTH CAROLINA   NORTH DAKOTA   OHIO   OKLAHOMA

OREGON   PENNSYLVANIA   RHODE ISLAND   SOUTH CAROLINA   SOUTH DAKOTA

TENNESSEE   TEXAS   UTAH   VERMONT   VIRGINIA   WASHINGTON   WEST VIRGINIA

WISCONSIN   WYOMING