Vaccine Rights: What they are now, where they're going, and what you can do about it

If vaccines are a factor in rising autism rates as many medical studies suggest, then preventing autism may require avoiding vaccines. To refuse mandatory vaccines, you must know what your rights are and how to exercise them. But today's vaccine legal landscape is fragile and fluid--exemption laws are changing throughout the country. So, it is not enough to known what your rights are now. We must also understand where vaccine policy is headed and why, what changes in vaccine laws are possible or likely, and what we can do to secure and maintain the right to make informed vaccine choices for our children and ourselves. Join Attorney Alan Phillips as he provides insights into all of these critical aspects of the growing international vaccine controversy.

Alan Phillips, JD

Alan Phillips, JD, is the only attorney in the US whose practice is focused solely on vaccine exemptions and waivers. He works with clients and attorneys throughout the US regarding vaccine exemptions for newborns; children in daycare and school; adults in college, work, in the military, and in the process of immigrating to the US; and parents dealing with "vaccine custody disputes," where divorced or separated parents disagree about vaccinating the children -- basically, any situation in the US where vaccines are required. Alan also works with vaccine legislative activists across the US to fight for laws providing the right to make informed vaccine choices and to oppose bills seeking to limit informed choice.