Hawaii Kills Mandatory Vaccination Bill

Forced inoculations won’t be happening in Hawaii.  

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Hawaii lawmakers recently killed a bill that would have speed up the process for adopting forced inoculation laws.  The proposed legislation allowed the Health Deparment to “adopt federal rules for vaccinations” according to We Are Change.

ABC reported that the bill wouldn’t move forward after Sen. Rosalyn Baker publicly denounced it Thursday in a move that surprised Sen. Will Espero.  “Normally she would wait to the end of the agenda,” he said. “But in this case, she felt that it might be best before we get to the other bill to just share with them that, ‘FKI, I hear you, and I’ve made the decision.'”

Other opponents of the bill said it would have been an encroachment on their civil liberties. “We’re all about freedom,” Renee Kawelo told ABC News. “We want you to have the choice to decide. If you want a vaccine, great. Go vaccinate yourself.”

Kawelo also said she would never vaccinate her children due to the health hazards associated with the injections.

Almost all states grant religious exemptions for people who have religious beliefs against vaccinations, while 20 states allow exemptions for personal or moral beliefs, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.  Source

This is a major win for the liberty movement.

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