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Really ? I reported sexual assault of my daughter to you in 2006 and you DID not even interview me
sb277 is insane, unconstitutional, illegal, and the work of drug companies paying politicians to get it passed. it smells worse than a decomposing body.
I don't know why there is a debate about this. Mandating chemical injections is obscene and criminal.
Nice to read some actual journalism. Well done explanation of a complicated and charged issue.
Firstly, this law, while well intended, was enacted out of panic and without sufficient research into its ramifications.
Secondly, while the new law technically "continues to honor and accept exemptions for medical reasons" it changed how those medical exemptions have to be recorded and what type of medical exemption is acceptable. The medical exception for my 12-year-old is no longer valid as it does not conform to the new rules.
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