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Missouri SB0712 - Passed Senate.  Sent to House. Status - passed on May 16, 2002. Sent to the governor on May 28.  Signed July 1, 2002.  Effective August 28, 2002.

Missouri HB1771 - next hearing to be held 4/4/02!

Missouri Citizens for Freedom in Health Care (MCC-FHC) - http://hometown.aol.com/mccfhc   

Missouri HB1771 - MEHPA

Missouri Statutes and Exemptions Forms

Missouri vaccine forms - order form dh-39

Missouri SB0712  - Creates the Missouri State Emergency Health Powers Act to address state public health emergencies.  This bill was assigned on to the Senate Public Health & Welfare Committee on 14 January 2002 and was was voted do pass on 30 January 2002.  It was amended on the Senate floor and passed to the Senate Budget Control Committee on 13 February.  It is quite restrictive as far as individual rights are concerned and is flying right through the Missouri legislature.

Missouri SB1000  - another Missouri State Emergency Health Powers Act.  It was referred to the Senate Public Health and Welfare Committee on 28 January.

Missouri SB0951 - Allows parents to refuse to immunize their children without limitation.

Missouri HB1591 - philosophical exemption bill

Missouri SB0712 - history

Missouri HB1032 - Specifies that one of the seven members of the State Board of Health shall be a chiropractic physician.

Missouri HB 1369 - Adds meningitis vaccine to the list of required immunizations for school children and was referred to the Children, Families, and Health Committee on 24 January. 

Missouri SB 879 - Removes the religious and medical exemptions from childhood vaccination requirements and replaces those exemption requirements with a parental exemption.  It was referred to the Senate Public Health & Welfare Committee on 21 January 2002.

 

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