Finally! Maybe states will be rid of religious exemptions altogether ... in another century or so. At least there's a little progress in Maine.
2 reasons Maine did this....billionaire dope companies have many lobbyists on staff and measles is spreading in schools by the DOZENS
...up from zero decades ago....notice the law does NOT REQUIRE LIVER ENZYME DEFECT TESTING in newborns....this cofactor explains why healthy infants tolerate shitty vax and one in 86 kids are getting induced autism symptoms when they have a high fever after a bad vax the liver is too weak in SOME INFANTS ....my daughters were vaxxed and are genius Atheist women age 44&25 but my great nephew was lucky he got tested for liver enzyme function at Blank Children's Hospital in Des Moines at birth AND VAX was contraindicated
Vaccinations should never be mandatory but everyone should know the consequences of not being vaccinated. In some cases you might not be able to travel or attend meetings or classes if you had a certain disease and that just makes common sense. Children should not be given vaccinations at too young of an age, but I have had all of mine as recommended for the last 72 years.
The longer I'm gone, the more I miss living in Maine.
Just wish I could handle the cold better.
It's funny because Mainers have a reputation for being redneck stick-in-the-muds, but most of them are actually common-sense progressives.
They lost their minds for a minute with that douchebag LaPage, but they learned their lesson but good with that one.
It is bad enough when religion can be invoked to mitigate bigotry, when it comes to actually causing physical harm you may as well claim a suicide bomber should be posthumously pardoned on the religious grounds that the Koran says he or she is supposed to hate infidels.