No Mississippi Exemption For Vaccinations This Year

JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — Mississippi lawmakers will not vote this year on a bill to create a religious exemption to the state’s vaccination requirements. House Speaker Philip Gunn will appoint a study committee to propose changes that could be considered next year. Mississippi is one of three states without a religious exemption for vaccinations, and parents say too many vaccinations are required before children can go to daycare or attend public or private school. Some are homeschooling their children because of concerns about vaccines that were cultivated in cell lines obtained from fetuses aborted in the 1960s.


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