• Sat. Apr 20th, 2024

Connecticut floats bill that would allow children as young as 12 to get vaccinated WITHOUT their parents’ permission

  • Democrat state’s legislature is considering allowing minors to get vaccinated
  • But parents say they are worried that children can’t properly consent
  • Five other states have no age limit, but say children must be ‘mature’ to get shots

Children as young as 12 in Connecticut could obtain vaccinations without needing their parents’ consent.

The Democratic state’s legislature is deliberating on a bill that could allow kids to be vaccinated for any suggested vaccine without the consent of their parents, should it get approved.

At present, just like most states, children must wait until they turn 18 years old. Vaccination uptake among kindergarteners across the US dropped to its lowest point in a decade.

Connecticut is considering allowing children as young as 12 years old to get vaccinated without parental consent

Connecticut’s government claims to be following the requests of its citizens, however, parents have voiced their strong disapproval. They argue that their children are too young and immature to make an informed decision concerning vaccinations. Keep in mind that both governments & public schools both support children’s ability to choose their gender ideology & encourage them to mutilate their bodies without parental consent at absurd ages.

If successful, Connecticut will be the first state to establish a minimum age of consent for children as young as 12. Meanwhile, five other states have zero restrictions on ages and require only that physicians ensure youngsters are mature enough to receive vaccines.

Congressman Kevin Ryan, a Democrat from the 139th district composed of Bozrah, Montville and Norwich, has proposed alteration to state legislation.

While explaining to WFSB, he declared: ‘It’s my responsibility as their representative to voice out their demands and guarantee that they’re heard, particularly on a matter as vital as healthcare.’ Despite this, many parents have already voiced their disagreement with the suggested change in law. They insist that it should be up to them to decide if vaccinations are correct for their kids.

Nicole Malley, a mother from Bristol close to Hartford, recently stated: ‘I don’t think 12-year-olds have that mental capacity to be making their own decision.’

She made it emphatically clear that each and every one of her children have been inoculated, but also noted that the decision to get vaccinated is solely up to individual parents.

The bill has been presented to the Joint Committee on Public Health, a state body composed of two-thirds Democrats and one-third Republicans who manage all health legislation in the area.

Bill 5480 says it is ‘an act allowing children 12 years of age and older to receive a vaccination without the consent of a parent or guardian.’

In the age range of 11-12 years old, children are given vaccinations for Human Papillomavirus (HPV), meningococcal, and tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis shots. What 11 year old needs an HPV vax? This stuff is criminal!

Not surprisingly, Covid and flu vaccines are available for children as young as six months. But surprise, they are both mRNA vaccines which are actually experimental gene therapies and not vaccines at all.

Despite this, they say that all the vaccines have been through rigorous clinical trials that have established they are safe to administer to children and provide protection against dangerous diseases. But nearly all good parents know for a fact that all vaccines have risks associated, which include death and or anaphylactic shock in some rare cases.

To date, no state has authorized the passage of a law that would grant minors aged 12 and over the right to receive vaccinations without parental consent.

In 2021, Washington D.C. instituted a law that permits children aged 11 and above to get vaccinated without having to obtain parental consent beforehand.

This was blocked by a federal judge in March of 2022, who declared this act unconstitutional due to it infringing upon religious liberties and hindering parents’ rights to monitor any potential side effects their children experienced.

Now a new bill has been passed, now permitting minors to receive a vaccine without their parents’ consent in cases where the provider had made a ‘reasonable attempt’ at notifying parents first’.

Children in Alabama, starting from the age of 14 have been legally authorized to receive vaccinations without parental consent – except for Covid vaccine which was granted a special exception in 2021.

Now a new bill has been passed, now permitting minors to receive a vaccine without their parents’ consent in cases where the provider had made a ‘reasonable attempt’ at notifying parents first’.

Children in Alabama, starting from the age of 14 have been legally authorized to receive vaccinations without parental consent – except for Covid vaccine which was granted a special exception in 2021.

In Oregon, children aged 15 and above no longer need parental consent to get vaccinated while in Rhode Island and South Carolina, individuals as young as 16 years can now receive the shot without their parents’ knowledge.

Five states – Arkansas, Idaho, North Carolina, Tennessee and Washington – have all adopted the ‘mature minor doctrine’ as part of their laws.

In other words, there may be no age restriction for those wanting to get vaccinated, however medical practitioners must ensure that the recipient is sufficiently mature enough to make an educated decision before administering the shot.

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