Ore. Senate OKs bill making vaccine opt-out more difficult

06/10/2013 | MedicalDaily.com

The Oregon Senate on Thursday voted in favor of a bill that would allow parents to forgo vaccinations on religious or philosophical reasons only after visiting a doctor or watching an educational video. Oregon has one of the highest rates of parents who chose not to give their children the recommended immunizations, with 6.4% of kindergartners exempted for at least one required vaccine this school year.

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