Help Remove SB 1558: School Health Immunizations from Florida's Senate
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In the state of Florida, Democratic Senator Jose Javier Rodriguez had attempted to pass SB 1558: School Health Immunizations, also known as the Women’s Cancer Prevention Act. This bill was going to add the HPV vaccination to the list of mandatory vaccinations that were required to get before students, between the ages of 11-12, could return to school. This angered parents and many others because the thought of vaccinating a child for a sexually transmitted disease, especially at such a young age, is pointless and a waste of time and money.
Thankfully, on March 10, 2018 the bill died in Senate, specifically in Health Policy due to the efforts of the NVIC, Health Freedom Florida, and other various organizations that were against this bill. However, some fear that this bill will be revived and they don’t want that to happen. With your signature, you can help prevent this bill from being revived and/or preventing this bill from being brought up in another state.
If you would like to know more about HPV, SB 1558, or why this bill should be kept dead, here are some informational links that you can use to help further your understanding.
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