Maine Governor Eliminates Vaccine Exemptions


Maine Governor Janet Mills has signed a bill that eliminates religious and philosophical vaccine exemptions. Rep. Ryan Tipping sponsored the bill, titled, LD 798, and it will include both public schools and daycares.

“As we hear more reports of measles and other preventable diseases in Maine and across the country, it has become clear that we must act to ensure the health of our communities,” Tipping said via “I am grateful to my colleagues for working so hard on this bill and to Governor Mills for supporting this measure to protect our kids. I look forward to seeing this implemented and keeping our schools and daycares safe.”

The new bill does not affect medical vaccine exemptions.

Children currently enrolled in school but lacking vaccines will have until 2021 to get caught up.

LD 798 protests erupted immediately as parents and activists groups gathered at government buildings throughout the state.

Maine is now the 4th U.S. state to remove both religious and philosophical vaccine exemptions.

3 thoughts on “Maine Governor Eliminates Vaccine Exemptions

  1. Gee…maybe if they tried stopping illegals from being flown into this country, there wouldn’t be a measle problem, but of course this is your typical problem-reaction-solution program in affect.

  2. This is the same shit as the Gun different…if u accept this, then u accept that government (and its little human engineers) have the authority to do any Fkn thing they desire to you, your family and everyone else…

    If one can’t see how this leads to Prema-Nocta laws…!! Then u no make good thinking..!!

    Forced vaccination, mandates or whatever, is the same line in the sand, isn’t it?

    These people and those who support them are our mortal enemies with malice aforethought..!

    A shot for a shot should solve the problem…!!

    Oh, DTTNWO

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