Pam Sorooshian

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The anti-vaccination movement may be small in number, but it has enough angry people to pack hearing rooms in Sacramento, where  Senate Bill 277  is under consideration.

Public Health and Public Outrage

The anti-vaccination movement may be small in number, but it has enough angry people to pack hearing rooms in Sacramento, where Senate Bill 277 is under consideration.

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