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The Right to Health Care of Choice

The Price of Freedom is Eternal Vigilance... Thomas Jefferson

In the 2015 Texas Legislature, there were 18 bills which infringed on the health care decisions for you, your family, and your parental rights to determine the course of action regarding vaccinations.  Similar to the California bill, SB 277, Texas also had a similar bill proposed which would in essence create forced vaccinations to adhere to the CDC vaccination schedule.

Also SB 359 health bill would have permitted non law enforcement health care workers to detain an individual under emergency detention simply on the basis of refusal to take treatment.  

 

The  groups listed in the link below mounted a grassroots campaign for Governor Abbott to veto SB 359.  The bill was vetoed.  Click here to view veto request.

Did you know...

... Texas Law has had provisions for complementary and alternative health care for the past 20 years? But physicians who provide complementary care are being targeted by the Texas Medical Board and in jeopardy of losing their licenses.