Jennifer Stella in Vermont who has spearheaded the efforts in Vermont to retain non-medical exemptions to vaccine mandates sent me the following article from The Idaho Statesman, our state's largest newspaper published in our capitol city of Boise. See http://www.idahostatesman.com/news/politics-government/state-politics/article92784987.html
www.protectidahoskids.com with an "s" after idaho. It is not showing up right now although it was active July 31. Not even at www.archive.org Must ask Chelsi about this -- she is the team captain for a showing of Vaxxed in her area tonight so it will have to wait. While it shows up below, you will still get an error page.
Anyway, we are in a war for the 'healthy' lives of our children. Jennifer followed up with me by sending this link so pay attention all you in other states:
In the meantime, we need researchers to compile the stats in each state for deaths of children birth to 16 years of age. Most of these deaths are due to iatrogeny -- deaths due to medical interventions at the hands of a doctor. Parents need to force the liability issue and be very careful signing anything regarding their children. I was told a year ago after seeing a school form that gave medical POA to the school and its employees that this is becoming more common. With parents signing these kinds of forms, it negates any kind of exemption that may be on file.
Wanted to give everyone a heads up here. The path of least resistance may come to an end and then what will you do?
In the Spirit of Truth,
Ingri Cassel, director
P.O. Box 457
Spirit Lake, Idaho 83869
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