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Playing the race card on vaccines - 2015-06-23

F68.png Playing the race card on vaccines June 23, 2015, Editorial, Sacramento Bee

Having trotted out just about every conspiracy theory in the book against the tightening of vaccination laws in California, the opponents of Senate Bill 277 have come up with a new and truly cynical angle – race.

Echoing vaccine critic Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and using forums owned by the Church of Scientology, among other platforms, the head of the Nation of Islam and the group's Los Angeles leader have spent the last several weeks denouncing the measure, which would eliminate the state's overly broad "personal belief" exemption to school vaccination.

Last week, the Rev. Louis Farrakhan urged black families in Los Angeles to keep their kids home from school if state lawmakers pass SB 277, citing discredited claims that vaccines are linked to autism, particularly among black male children.

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