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Should state lawmakers limit vaccine exemptions for families?
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849 Votes

Should state lawmakers limit vaccine exemptions for families?

Yes, protect people!

6

No, it's overreach!

3

Yes, protect people!

6 Comments
Lisa York
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Lisa York

The only exemption should be for a Dr. diagnosed allergy... period!

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Ka San
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Ka San

News reports have shown that families are requesting exemptions for reasons totally unrelated to vaccines. I can't believe in this day and time that we are even debating the need for vaccinations!

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Felix Pressler
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Felix Pressler

If parents don't want to vaccinate their kids, they should not be allowed to attend public OR private schools!

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No, it's overreach!

3 Comments
Matthew Carter
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Matthew Carter

I get the health concern but this is inching ever so close to violating someone's free will. Controlling one another is not the answer.

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Brandy Barr
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Brandy Barr

STOP PUSHING YOUR AGENDA 21 ON PEOPLE!!!

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Sam Ackerman
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Sam Ackerman

I truly hate nanny state laws, So if want to let your kids get sick and die, fine. But they cant go to public schools till they have their shots

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Ka San
Ka San

Yes, officials DO have the right to make such decisions when it affects the whole community. Those parents who don't vaccinate their kids are ignorant and their kids should not attend public schools.

Do you think all school districts should offer free meals?
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108 Votes

Do you think all school districts should offer free meals?

Yes

3

No

0

Yes

3 Comments
snowzone
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snowzone

Why give all the free meals to the ungrateful bums that live of free handouts but refuse to work for it. Feed our kids.

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Paul Owen
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Paul Owen

I believe that since it is from our tax money and property taxes that all should be able to go eat for free

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Food is expensive due to bidenomics

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No

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Do you support the increase in prescribed burns?
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133 Votes

Do you support the increase in prescribed burns?

Yes

1

No

2

Yes

1 Comment
Jeff Sanders
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Jeff Sanders

It keeps the severity of fires more controllable.

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No

2 Comments
snowzone
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snowzone

The Forest service won't be happy until there is no forest left or no fresh air to breath.

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