Colorado Senate Squashes Vaccination Bill
Colorado State Senators killed a bill that would have made it harder for parents to not get their children vaccinated.
The bill would have required parents to head to the state office and apply for an exemption. But again you won't need to do that. Officials have been trying to get parents to get their children vaccinated due to the outbreak of measles. The worst in 25 years.
Measles in 2000 was virtually eliminated but because of people thinking it is linked to autism have stopped getting their children vaccinated. A measles vaccine was invented in the 1960s.