Month: August 2018

Resurgence of Whooping Cough Due to Vaccine Failure

From our September 25, 2017 Facebook Post: “Instead we layered assumptions upon assumptions, and now find ourselves in the uncomfortable position of admitting that we may have made some crucial errors. This is definitely not where we thought we’d be in 2017.” Wait! You mean it’s not the “anti-vaxxers” after all? 🙄(do you feel the …

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Vaccine Adverse Reactions Account for Large Percentage of Emergency Room Visits According to Study

From our September 11, 2017 Facebook Post: 📊 A study analyzing Adverse Drug Events (ADE) resulting in a trip to the emergency room found that vaccines account for 19.5% of ADEs in children five years old and under. 🤔 Let that sink in. The one product that is supposedly risk-free, that they want you to …

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Reports on School Exemption Rates Are Not About Public Health

From our August 24, 2017 Facebook Post: Did you catch CBS DFW​’s segment last night?🙄 The debate on reporting campus level exemption information returns! (Think: HB 2249 from last session that was defeated.) If HB 2249 or this CBS DFW news feature had truly been about transparency of campus health, then both would have advocated …

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Last Day of 85th Legislative Session!

From our May 29, 2017 Facebook Post: Hard to believe this day has come! Today is the last day of the 85th Legislative Session! So, how did parental rights and vaccine choice fare in Texas? Watch our final update of the 85th legislative session! #parentscalltheshots #thechoiceshouldbeyours #TFVC https://www.facebook.com/TexansForVaccineChoice/videos/1883208498602184/ ________________________________________________ From our May 30, 2017 Facebook …

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Rep. Gene Wu Claims Children in Temp. CPS Custody Belong to the State

From our May 19, 2017 Facebook Post: In this horrifying moment, Gene Wu for State Representative 137 claims a child in temporary custody, whose parents have NOT been found guilty of any wrong doing, belong to the state. Watch for yourself and then decide how you feel about this idea that, when parental rights have …

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Battle Lines Drawn During HB 7 Floor Debate

From our May 11, 2017 Facebook Post: Battle lines have been drawn. War has been declared. Buckle up folks, the opposition will stop at nothing until they own US and OUR CHILDREN. Their house of cards is falling therefore desperation is setting in and things will get worse before they get better. We are awake, …

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HB 39 Is Passed, Prohibits Vaccination of Children in Temporary CPS Custody

From our May 11, 2017 Facebook Post: While we celebrate each and every victory, we will not rest until each and every Texan is safe from medical tyranny and that includes our most vulnerable citizens in state care. #TFVC #parentscalltheshots #thechoiceshouldbeyours https://www.texastribune.org/2017/05/10/house-backs-measure-barring-mandatory-vaccines-foster-children/

HB 7 – CPS Reform Bill a HUGE WIN for Texas Families!

From our March 8, 2017 Facebook Post: HUGE WIN for Texas families today! HB 7, a major CPS reform bill was heard today in the Texas House. TFVC worked with several of our champion representatives to get an amendment passed that codifies existing protections for our families. The amendment would prevent CPS overreach by prohibiting …

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Press Reacts to HB 2249 Hearing

From Our April 18, 2017 Facebook Post: The opposition will stop at nothing to pass HB 2249, BUT as the parent of a medically fragile child myself, this bill is not only misguided, but completely misses the mark on providing information that would actually protect vulnerable children. Putting the emphasis solely on vaccination status gives …

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TFVC Members Testify Against HB 2249 (Campus Level Reporting Bill)

From our April 12, 2017 Facebook Post: HB 2249, the campus-level reporting bill, was heard in the Public Health Committee yesterday – and what a day it was! Rain didn’t stop our members from getting up at 3 a.m. to make the drive to Austin. Lightning? Pfft. Hail – whatev. Hydroplaning? Not turning back now. …

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“Research Used to Justify Mandatory Flu Shots is Flawed”

From our January 28, 2017 Facebook Post: It looks like people are waking up to vaccine CHOICE – as it should be!!! “The study, published Friday in PLOS One, concludes that the research used to justify mandatory flu shots for health sector workers is flawed, and that the policies cannot plausibly produce the benefits that …

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Huffington Post Tackles Vaccine Science

From our January 25, 2017 Facebook Post: “It is not surprising mainstream scientists are vaccine absolutists who vilify anti-vaccine activists given that their medical centers, hospital wings, universities and sometimes personal paychecks are funded by Pharma. What is surprisingly is that progressive news sites that challenge government pronouncements on every other level also vilify anti-vaccine …

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Anti-Discrimination Bill Filed! HB 1070

  Austin Regional Clinics announced sweeping changes to their immunization policies in June of 2015, firing anyone not 100% up to date on the CDC schedule. These clinics were some of the only places that accepted Medicaid patients who also chose different vaccine schedules. The policy changes left many central Texans without medical care. But …

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One TFVC Member’s Experience with the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act

  “That’s a $210 check I just received from our vaccine lawyer. It’s to reimburse our initial expenses back in 1999 when our vaccine claim was filed. 17 years later, our claim is denied in a final appeal. No words. This is a huge punch to the gut. Healthy baby, 9 weeks old, receives 2 …

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