Anti-Anti-Vaccination Bill Would Allow Teens to Get Immunized Without Parental Permission

In the age of so-called anti-vaxers, legislation in Annapolis may allow a small number of Maryland minors to receive immunizations without consent from their parents. If enacted, the bill would allow 16- and 17-year-olds to consent to receive vaccines without permission from their guardians, should their health care provider determine that they are independently capable of making informed decisions. (Md. Matters)

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