Every state should permit philosophical exemption to vaccination mandates, upholding the human right to free and informed consent for all medical interventions. Without the real right to say no, current policy is coercive and lacks legitimacy.
Congress should conduct oversight hearings on the national vaccine program, including mandates for the military and immigrants, examining vaccine safety, conflicts of interest, suppression of science, evidence of vaccine injury, and comparative empirical data from countries with differing vaccination schedules.
Congress should immediately initiate a prospective study of vaccinated versus unvaccinated populations for long-term health outcomes. Such a baseline study has never been done. This bill is called the “Comprehensive Comparative Study of Vaccinated and Unvaccinated Populations Act” and was originally cosponsored by Rep. Maloney (D.-N.Y.) and Rep. Osborne (R.-Ne.).
Congress should re-evaluate the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act to reinstate ordinary tort liability for vaccine manufacturers and medical professionals. The 1986 Law’s liability protections have fueled the expansion of the vaccine schedule and have not made vaccines safer, as the Law required.
Congress should re-examine the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program. The Program has failed in its purpose to quickly, generously, and administratively compensate families for vaccine injury and to improve vaccine safety.