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To: TigersEye
My understanding is that any parent could opt out of having this for their child under the Perry/Texas law so how can anyone continue to call it a “mandate?”

Correct.

RP65 – Relating to the immunization of young women from the cancer-causing Human Papillomavirus.
http://governor.state.tx.us/news/executive-order/3455/

Parents’ Rights. The Department of State Health Services will, in order to protect the right of parents to be the final authority on their children’s health care, modify the current process in order to allow parents to submit a request for a conscientious objection affidavit form via the Internet while maintaining privacy safeguards under current law.

25 posted on 09/13/2011 8:23:36 AM PDT by thackney (life is fragile, handle with prayer)
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To: thackney; TigersEye
My understanding is that any parent could opt out of having this for their child under the Perry/Texas law so how can anyone continue to call it a "mandate?"

-- Correct. --

By that standard, there are no mandatory vaccines in Texas, because ALL vaccines have an opt out provision; and the conscientious objection affidavit form for opting out is available online.

61 posted on 09/13/2011 8:39:46 AM PDT by Cboldt
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To: thackney
RP65 – Relating to the immunization of young women from the cancer-causing Human Papillomavirus.
http://governor.state.tx.us/news/executive-order/3455/

Thank you, I appreciate that information. The facts are a very important consideration.

119 posted on 09/13/2011 8:59:37 AM PDT by TigersEye (Life is about choices. Your choices. Make good ones.)
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