• Defending Your Right to Know And Freedom To Choose “Vaccination”

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    Vaccinations are one of the most controversial and confusing topics facing people across the country. Parents and guardians want what is best for their loved ones, but they are often unsure of whom to trust and/or are ignorant to the information that is out there regarding vaccination. Along with the issue of safety is also the issue of human rights; those who choose to refrain from vaccination for spiritual or health reasons are often denied the right to choose what goes into their own body.

    The public conversation about whether we should have the freedom to choose how we want to maintain our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health has become one of the most important public conversations of our time.

    It is a conversation that challenges us to examine complex public policy, scientific, ethical, legal, philosophical, economic, political, and cultural issues.

    Vaccination: Most Hotly Debated of All Health Freedom Issues

    The most divisive and hotly debated of all health freedom issues is the question of whether individuals should be at liberty to dissent from established medical and government health policy and exercise freedom of thought, speech, and conscience when it comes to vaccination.

    In the health freedom movement, there are some who will defend the legal right to purchase and use nutritional supplements, drink raw milk, eat GMO-free food, remove fluoride from public water systems and mercury from dental amalgams, or choose non-medical model options for healing and …

    Barbara Loe Fisher, president of the National Vaccine Information Center, and actor Rob Schneider are coming to Sacramento to speak and share information gathered from years of research and personal experience. Don’t miss this opportunity to educate yourself so that you can make informed decisions for yourself and your loved ones.

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