NJ Assembly Health Committee Meeting on March 9, 2009 in Trenton

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The NJ Assembly Health Committee met on March 9 in Trenton, as part of their regular meeting schedule.    NJ Health Commissioner Heather Howard was invited to give testimony on the pending influx of stimulus money.  Two NJCVC members attended the event to show support for vaccination choice and gave each committee member the following statement: […]

Deadline Relaxed: Children Permitted to Return to Preschool Without Flu Vaccine

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After nearly 3 weeks of preventing children from attending preschool without their newly mandated flu vaccines (or a legal exemption), the NJ Health Department finally relaxed its deadline for compliance.  Children were permitted to return to preschool if they were in compliance with all vaccine mandates (except the flu vaccine) as of February 3rd.  The […]

NJCVC Progress Through 2008

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Our Oct. 16 Rally in front of the Trenton Statehouse had over 700 attendees and drew national media attention.  The speakers were fabulous, including several of our bill’s sponsors, however, our bill was eclipsed by the presidential election and failing economy. An important deadline is approaching, however:  as of January 15, it is unknown just […]

Raggedy Ann is an Iconic Symbol for Vaccine Injury and Death.

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The time is about 1917. Smallpox rears its ugly face and mass inoculation follows on its heels. It is customary, at this time, to inoculate all children in schools against the dreaded disease. Obtaining consent from the parents before inoculating the child is not customary. Children are routinely inoculated, at school, several times for the […]