Committee chairman kills bill that would allow NJ parents to opt out of vaccinationsThe Republic
Mar. 08, 2011
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TRENTON, N.J. — Legislation to allow parents in New Jersey to claim a conscientious objection to their children getting vaccinated has died in committee.