California State Senator Dr. Richard Pan who in 2012 authored a mandatory vaccine bill for children, faced opposition with his new bill that would eliminate almost all vaccine medical exemptions. State bureaucrats, not physicians, would be in charge of deciding whether children may receive medical exemptions. Pan received $432K from healthcare/medical interests, yet he claims the contributions did not influence his votes. Senator Pan argued that, in the first four months of 2019, 465 measles cases had been reported across 19 states, a number far surpassing last year’s number of cases. However, the parent-opponents of SB 276 did their homework and found that more than half of the adult measles cases in California were vaccinated! -GEG
Despite threats of arrests by the California Highway Patrol, opponents of SB 276 by Sen. Richard Pan (D-Sacramento) who attended the Assembly Appropriations Committee hearing Friday at the California State Capitol, stood on chairs and voiced their opposition to the bill which will end all medical exemptions to state mandated childhood vaccinations.
Most of the parents protesting already have “vaccine-injured” children, and want the medical exemption for their other children.
Committee Chairwoman Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez opened the hearing Friday announcing that she would take SB 276 out of the order of bills scheduled “for the people who traveled.” And then she announced that the bill was passed out of the committee “on a ‘B’ roll call,” meaning all committee Democrats voted “yes” to pass it out, and all Republicans voted “no.”
That’s when the shouting and chanting started.
“You have not represented California for all,” the SB 276 opponents chanted, and chanted and chanted, while Gonzalez carried on with her hearing.
In prior hearings on SB 276, Sen. Pan said, “I want to make sure that every child who needs a medical exemption gets one. That is part of the purpose of this bill.”
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