Vaccine Rights Attorney
There is a LOT of misinformation about the Conscience and Religious Freedom Division in the HHS Office for Civil Rights (OCR). Alan Philips, a vaccine rights attorney joined us today to clear up the hype. There are very limited situations where this could apply to vaccines, it’s mostly about healthcare practitioners being required to participate in abortions against their will/religious beliefs. In brief:
1. The new division creates no new rights or laws
2. It does *not* apply to education or employee matters (which rules out the vast majority of vaccine exemption matters)
3. It only applies where the person/entity being complained about is a beneficiary of specific fed gov’t grants.
There are, however, some specific vaccine issues that may fall under the new division’s umbrella. But the alt media was slammed with some serious disinfo immediately following the announcement, so there is widespread misunderstanding about this.
-There are many ways to approach a “Religious Exemption” and most people go about the wrong way
-Understanding exactly how the law is written is key to sucess
-Why the latest HHS section on conscientious exemptions does not apply, as many thought, to vaccines
-Vaccines are licensed in the United States by the FDA as safe and effective
-Home schooling Mom wants to know the chances a State or Federal Agency will try to force vaccinations on her children
-Laws and process vary from state to state.
Alan Phillips, Vaccine Rights Attorney updates us on the right not to vaccinate and how the system works, March 6, 2018
March 7, 2018 @ 8:52 pm Matt Grantham
I just want to compliment Alan not only on his work , but his willingness to engage some of us in the lay public who are maybe well educated on the issues He certainly engaged with me, and that is so rare Thanks Alan