June 26, 2004
Subject: California Philosophical Belief Exemption from School
From this website. http://www.rawrestaurant.com/vaccinationexempt.php
Please pass this on to people you know in that state.
California Philosophical Belief Exemption
from School Vaccinations
Health & Safety Code #120365
SAMPLE EXEMPTION LETTER
1776 Independence Way
To Whom it May Concern,
This letter is to serve as an affidavit, stating that vaccinations
are contrary to what I believe is healthy for my child, Child's Name.
Health & Safety Code #120365. states that, it is my legal
right to decline such vaccinations for my child.
Thank you kindly,
Legal Parent / Guardian
Some schools my have their own exemption form, or may use
a form provided by the county health dept. However, a straightforward personal
communication is better assurance that your rights will be respected.
The California philosophical belief exemption (health &
safety Code #120365.) is your legal right as a parent, to enroll your child
in public school without vaccinations.
The right also applies to legal adults seeking admission to
a community college.
Under the law school authorities can not deny this right.
However, they may be unaware of the legal exemption and know only to follow
Private schools are sometimes a challenge and may have their
own policies. Terrorizing parents with threats of disease to their child
for non vaccine compliance is a common practice.
The media, health agencies and doctors, etc., who proclaim
that children (and or college students) can not be admitted to school without
hepatitis-B and other vaccines are simply parroting false information.
Something is very wrong when people are told they do not have
rights that they do in fact have.
The bottom line is; money is made each time any body is vaccinated
and "free vaccinations" are not free. They have simply been paid
for in advance with your tax dollars.
All information posted on this web site is
the opinion of the author and is provided for educational purposes only.
It is not to be construed as medical advice. Only a licensed medical doctor
can legally offer medical advice in the United States. Consult the healer
of your choice for medical care and advice.