Those parents protesting for vaccine exemptions were doing one thing: Freeloading

January 21, 2020

If only the parents and their allies, storming the Trenton barricades earlier this week, could hear what they were saying and to whom they were actually saying it to.

They thought they were speaking to members of the legislature about a bill that would eliminate religion as a reason for school children to avoid getting vaccinations (S2173). Not so. They were speaking to parents who agree with the necessity of vaccination, and what they were saying was not very nice. It went something like this.

Opinion by T. Patrick Hill,, January 19, 2020

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