New Vaccine Law Looms as California Children Go Back to School

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Parents who don't want to vaccinate their children admit that can end relationships. But many still want California voters to overturn a new law requiring childhood vaccinations in the interests of public health. We hear from them and update their adventure in politics.

Also, a guilty plea by a co-defendant could provide new testimony against LA's former Under Sheriff Paul Tanaka in a jail-abuse case. Will it lead to charges against his former boss, Lee Baca?

Photo: A child is vaccinated at an LAUSD campus-based health clinic on the eve of the new school year. (Saul Gonzalez)



Warren Olney