NJ Vaccine Exemption Advocacy Coalition of Organizations Opposing Vaccine Mandates

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NJCVC supports the parents/individuals’ right to freedom of choice in their healthcare decisions and the basic human right to decide which substances, if any, are injected into their bodies and that of their families.

NJCVC strongly opposes mass vaccination mandates, under any circumstances.

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by Neil Z. Miller Foreword by Gary Goldman, PhD Many people sincerely believe that all vaccines are safe, adverse reactions are rare, ...
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Directions to the State House Annex: http://www.njleg.state.nj.us/legislativepub/directions.asp Assembly Health and Senior Services Monday, March 16, 2015 - 10:00 AM Meeting - Committee ...
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Larry is joined by Dr. Robert Morgan and Assemblyman Herb Conaway to discuss vaccinations. They believe that vaccinations are imperative ...
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Streamed live on Feb 18, 2015 Eric Scott hosts a New Jersey 101.5 Town Hall discussion about children's vaccinations. Please keep making ...
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Download This Press Release February 9, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PARENTAL RIGHTS AND VACCINATION CHOICE ARE ESSENTIAL Contact: Sue Collins, Co-Founder, New Jersey ...
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Want to Join the Coalition?

As an INDIVIDUAL, please join our Yahoo Group!

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Connect with activists statewide to oppose vaccine mandates in NJ. Work on a district by district basis to reach out to legislators through letters, visits, and local media.

Discussion-oriented forum for support in making informed vaccination decisions, and navigating our most-mandates-in-the-nation NJ landscape, from exemptions to pediatricians.

If you are an ORGANIZATION, please complete our online form

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Spread The Word

If you care about your personal right to choose or refuse NJ state mandated medical procedures, join the effort to help pass legislation that will allow a Conscientious Belief Exemption to Mandatory Vaccination in New Jersey. You can help to strengthen and fight for NJ vaccine exemption. Click, Print and Share.

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Communicate with Lawmakers

Everything someone might need to conduct their own mail-in and call-in campaign, complete with background info, 80% done letters, as well as talking points & mailing labels addressed specifically to Health Committee members.

Letter Writing / Call In Kits

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Show Your Support

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Immunizations: Protecting an At-Risk Population

This excellent article was developed for those in the medical community
It specifically addresses the concerns they often raise. Makes a great hand out at OB & pediatrician visits! It was written by, Assemblywoman Charlotte Vandervalk, who has championed the NJ vaccination choice bill, protecting and fighting for NJ vaccine exemptions, for years.

NJ Vaccine Exemption letter

Concerns About HPV Vaccinations

A list of important points, articles and references for parents to consider. Find out more!


 

NJ Vaccine Exemption religious exemption letter
“There are risks associated with ALL medical practices, including vaccines, so it is important for parents, and their doctors, to evaluate an individual child’s medical history and health, including genetic predispositions and allergies, to determine what is appropriate. Informed consent is a key ethical principle in medical practice.”

~ Dr. Lawrence Rosen, a board certified pediatrician and Chief of Pediatric Integrative Medicine at Hackensack University Medical Center

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