Supreme Court Says Mandatory Vaccinations Don’t Violate Children’s Constitutional Rights

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By Jay Syrmopoulos Washington, DC – The U.S. Supreme Court has refused to hear a case challenging the state of New York’s public school vaccination requirement, which requires all children to be vaccinated prior to attendance at public school.
The SCOTUS’s failure to hear the case effectively states that mandatory vaccination of all public school children, doesn’t violate their constitutional rights.
A lower court had ruled that the school vaccination requirement, which three parents had legally challenged after their unvaccinated children were prohibited from attending school, did not violate the constitutional rights of the children.
The appeals court also upheld a decision that children exempted from …read more

Source:: http://thefreethoughtproject.com/supreme-court-mandating-vaccinations-violate-constitutional-rights-children/

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