I received this information from Treon Goossen, a stalwart defender of liberty here in Colorado. Please register and attend if interested. Please realize the religious and medical exemptions are very difficult to achieve in practice, so if the personal exemption disappears next year, you and your children could be forced, under penalty of law, to receive immunizations against your will and parental rights. This is about liberty (and conscience) more than it is about science and “herd strength” and the debate is hotly contested from both sides. Thank you for your consideration.
The event is being held Thursday, July 11th from 12:00 to 1:15 PM in Fort Collins at the Council Tree Library’s Community Room on the second floor. The library is located at 2733 Council Tree Avenue, Fort Collins, CO 80525. Participation will be limited to 12-15 people, lunch will be provided, but there is no childcare available.
It is important that families who value the personal belief exemption in Colorado make their voices heard and share their concerns, personal stories and state why Colorado’s personal belief exemption law must be preserved without restriction.
If you are interested in attending, please sign up immediately online at http://keystone.org/parentgrouplarimer. If you are unable to attend this meeting, or the meeting is full, The Keystone Center is also accepting written statements and stories from the public that will be included in the data gathered during the public engagement process.
For more information on this event and how to submit written statements, please contact Amber Brummer of The Keystone Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 970-513-5805.
Please consider sharing with us your observations of the focus group meetings and copies of your submitted written comments to our NVIC Colorado State Director Cindy Loveland at CODirector@NVICAdvocacy.org. Thank you and we will keep you posted as this process unfolds.
Dawn Richardson, Director of Advocacy
National Vaccine Information Center
http://NVIC.org and http://NVICAdvocacy.org