Senate President Sweeney Rumored To Usurp Health Committee Votes to Remove Parental and Religious Rights

Over forty thousand healthy New Jersey children and college students could be permanently removed from school as a result. New Jersey, December 11, 2019 — Just in time for the holidays, and possibly at the direction of Senate President Stephen Sweeney, New Jersey Democrats are moving to usurp the democratic process to pass a bill … Read more

S1759 UPDATE – Calls Needed Once Again, To Fend Off S1759

Please call and e-mail the following Senators with the message: Please DO NOT support S1759. If you are a constituent make sure to identify yourself as such. Senator President Steven Sweeney – 856-251-9801 – Senator James Beach – 856-429-1572 – Senator Fred Madden – 856-232-6700 – Senator Nellie Pou – 973-247-1555 – … Read more

Tell Senate President Sweeney NOT to Post S1759 for a Vote at the Senate Voting Session on Thursday.

Dear fellow Vaccination Choice advocates, Today, (Monday, 11/26/12) the decision will likely be made regarding the Senate Voting session for this Thursday. Senate President Sweeney (Dist 3) makes the final decision as to the agenda.  Please call this morning, both his district office as well as his Trenton office and leave a message. Sweeney, Stephen … Read more

New Jersey’s Religious Exemption – IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED!

The SENATE AMENDED S1759 on Thursday, October 4th. In response to your calls, the bill no longer requires annual vaccination counseling or a doctor’s signature. However, the revised bill still has major problems. The NJ SENATE May vote on S1759 on Thursday, October 25th. Mark your calendars. This is the next possible date that S1759 … Read more

New Jersey’s Religious Exemption – Bad Bill S1759 Moves Forward!

Please flood the offices of your district Senator and Governor Christie (609-292-6000) to tell them why S1759 is an attack on religious beliefs! We are expecting a full Senate vote next week (Oct 4). They need to hear from us, loud and clear, that we demand our right to religious freedom and to have religious … Read more

ACTION ALERT! Senate Health Committee Bill to tighten up the Religious Exemption.

Scheduled in the Senate Health Committee for Monday, March 14, 2011 is Bill S2625. This bill is very similar to the resolution that was to go before the full Assembly on February 17, 2011. The bill would tighten the religious exemption back to the wording that parents must explain how vaccination conflicts with bona fide … Read more