Conn. Lawmakers Will Not Eliminate Vaccine Religious Exemption This Year

Connecticut legislators said Thursday that they are holding off on changes to the state’s childhood vaccination laws, including the religious exemption.

After holding several public hearings this year on vaccine policy — many of which lasted hours — lawmakers said they want more immunization data and input from the state Department of Health before rolling out any plan that might eliminate the religious exemption, which allows parents to not vaccinate their children for religious reasons.

Read the full article at New England Public Radio.

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