Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Religious Exemption Challenged in NY by School Attorney

New York state offers its citizens either a religious or medical exemption form if the parents are not going to vaccinate according to their state's mandated schedule for school entry. Now, keep in mind that there are 476,000 students in Long Island, NY. School districts are paid sums of money by the U.S. Government for each fully vaccinated child. Last I checked it was $100.00 per student per school year. For Long Island, that means $47,600,000.00 in anticipated revenue!!


You will now witness one family's ordeal with the school district's attorney. He is supposedly challenging their religious beliefs and wants them denied of a religious exemption. With that dollar amount kept in perspective, can you understand why the school is adamant about forced vaccination?


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